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Gisele Bisch


2019 – Kia’i (protectors) wave inverted Hawaiian flags to illustrate a nation in distress; their hands, which are in a “triangle shape” to indicate a shape of a mountain, highlight their support and love for the Hawaiian people’s sacred Mauna Kea during the Thirty-Meter Telescope (TMT) protests. 
Photo Courtesy of Monet Bisch 

Native Hawaiians deserve to be seen, too

Native Hawaiians should not have to carry the weight of advocating for ourselves and our history alone. With Hawai‘i being one of the fifty states, our past should be common knowledge. 

Native Hawaiians should not have to carry the weight of advocating for ourselves and our history alone. With Hawai‘i being one of the fifty states, our past should be common knowledge.  


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