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Abel Lui, others replant Kanaka Garden

<p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>Abel Simeona Lui blows conk shells in front of the taped off planting area that used to grow taro through activist group Aloha Uprising at the Kamehameha Statue during the group’s event, “Kanaka Garden Lives!” Saturday afternoon.</p><p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>New taro is planted through activist group Aloha Uprising at the Kamehameha Statue during the group’s event, “Kanaka Garden Lives!” Saturday afternoon.</p><p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>Abel Simeona Lui, center, and supporters plant new taro through activist group Aloha Uprising at the Kamehameha Statue during the group’s event, “Kanaka Garden Lives!” Saturday afternoon.</p><p>HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald</p><p>Abel Simeona Lui, center, and supporters blow conk shells in front of the taped off planting area that used to grow taro through activist group Aloha Uprising at the Kamehameha Statue during the group’s event, “Kanaka Garden Lives!” Saturday afternoon.</p>

Photos by HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald

 

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