‘Die-in’ staged at state Capitol to protest Navy’s handling of Red Hill tainted-water problem
By Leila Fujimori firstname.lastname@example.org
Dec. 11, 2021
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During the Star-Advertiser's "Spotlight Hawaii" livestream, Honolulu Board of Water Supply manager and chief engineer Ernie Lau said the Halawa shaft could be shut down for years, even permanently, amid the Red Hill water contamination crisis.
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Jamaica Osorio of UH Manoa Indigenous Politics sang “Aloha ‘Oe” while protesters sprawled on the ground around him. People gathered Friday at the state Capitol calling for the Red Hill Fuel Storage Facility to be shut down.