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The Racism in Hawaii
Chairman William Aila that she conducted herself with an angry spirit and discriminatory intent. Last year she ended up apologizing after lashing out with racial slurs at state employees over the lack of Hawaiian art at the Capitol. And I loved. We are outsiders here, and despite our best efforts to learn about Hawaiis history respectfully and integrate ourselves, the average local doesnt know that and sees yet another Haole trying to live the easy life on their island. There are definitely places you dont want to go as a white person, one Reddit user commented, in an apparent reference to parts of Hawaii. He said he cant: there is no window. On Reddit and The Huffington Post, the comments were numerous and, in some cases, vicious. Walking by schools at lunch time is no fun; the kids love to yell and jeer and call names. In many ways these pioneers have paved the way for others to follow with less strife and pain.
I was born and raised on Oahu.
I have red hair and green eyes.
The racism in Hawaii isn't even from the Hawaiians, it's from all the Asians and Samoans who think they run the place.
Both of these people have drawn attention on the mainland. Given the circumstances of the many homeless people around Hawaii, Im not sure he will get the attention he probably needs. Lets start with the 21-year-old Maui man, who is likely to face a second-degree we Rose Up Slowly, Roy Lichtenstein terroristic threatening charge after his racially charged rant aimed at a group of visitors in Kalama Beach Park. Race relations in Hawaii came to the fore this week as a result of two extremely vocal Hawaii residents. And yet the morning crew DJs continue to make light of the apology on air, warning their listeners a mere three days ago, in a mocking tone, to make no ethnic jokes. So I figured Id feel right at home. Im not in a position to say one way or the other, although I have some sympathy for the movement. They have also highlighted that Hawaii is a place where some pretty intense resentment over history remains, and sometimes that resentment spills out in a way that feels a lot like racism. The reaction to them has been fierce and both could face serious repercussions. At least I thought so, as somebody who wasnt different in any of those ways nor did I harbour any resentment towards those who were.