Arrest Hawaiian Protestors Sparked Debate over Native Hawaiian Rights & Sacred Lands

Austrian Tribune: Eleven Hawaiian protestors protesting against the construction of the one of the world's largest telescopes being built on a dormant Hawaiian volcano were arrested on Wednesday. The billion-dollar project has drawn intense opposition from Native Hawaiians who believe that the 18-story observatory on the Big Island's Mauna Kea would damage the land they consider as sacred. Work on the Thirty Meter Telescope has been stalled for months after a large group blocked access to the mountaintop in......

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