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• Akaka Bill
Anne Keala Kelly represented Hawaiians seeking independence at the public forum on the Akaka Bill (Honolulu, Tuesday night). She is opposed to the Akaka Bill because she feels it will take more from than it will give to Hawaiians. Yet when asked on more than one occasion what plans she had to protect Hawaiian-only programs, institutions and organizations, she would only say that the Hawaiian people will come together and discuss what might be done. Later she admitted that “discussions” had not done much to change the lot of Hawaiians since the overthrow.
The Akaka Bill is real and it is immediate in protecting and preserving Hawaiian-only status. The time for talking about what might possibly be done is long since past. Action is necessary to stop the further undermining of “Hawaiian-only.” The answer is at hand and it is the Akaka Bill!
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