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The University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa is currently displaying the work of two well known artists, Dorthea Lange and Ken Okiishi. Both depict the lives of Japanese Americans who were forcibly removed from their homes following the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941.
“I could hear the fake band and the fake cheering and I was like, I’m right here, I could just cheer for you. Let me do it,” Candice Sarangay, color guard co-captain, said.
During a fifteen-year-old girl’s first day having a job, she’s tasked with providing shell leis to tourists as they walk onto the site. She does as she’s told, placing the flimsy shell lei on an older man’s shoulders with a soft smile and a proud “Aloha!”
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