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Empowerment March
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September 07, 2003 
Vesta Parker Will, 76, of Honolulu came out to represent the oldest
class of the Kamehameha School while... 
UNITED STATES 
HAWAIIAN WOMAN HOLDS SIGN DURING PROTEST MARCH IN HONOLULU. 
Vesta Parker Will, 76, of Honolulu came out to represent the oldest
class of the Kamehameha School while partcipating in the 'Ku ika Pono'
(Justice for Hawaiians) march down Kalakaua Avenue on Waikiki Beach in
Honolulu, September 7, 2003. Thousands of Hawaiians and their
supporters gathered to show support for Hawaiian poltical and social
rights in a demonstration fueled by a recent court ruling allowing a
non-Hawaiian child to attend the prestigious Kamehameha Schools, which
only allow students of Hawaiian descent. REUTERS/Lucy Pemoni

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