UH Mānoa Mural Protest

UH Mānoa Mural Protest

Hundreds gathered this morning in front of Ka Leo’s office at UH Mānoa in protest for a student’s mural that was partially censored by the school. The mural was made as part of the Ka Leo Arts Festival and brought attention to the controversial telescope construction project at Maunakea on Hawaiʻi Island.

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