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Sanyika Shakur On Hawaii

Hawaii is in the news today because climate change has left their lands on fire. The indigenous people of Hawaii have been fighting for self-determination since 1893, when their government was overthrown by euro-american settlers ('haoles'). We are posting this article from the summer 1993 issue of CROSSROAD as an expression of solidarity and a reaffirmation of the urgency of the struggles for land, independence & socialism by all the oppressed nations in the u.s. empire. Re-Build!


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