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Poster for a 1976 protest rally against the use of sacred Mākua Valley for bombing practice. The struggle for Mākua is not simply measured in single years, but in decades. If you look at Mākua as a microcosm in the struggle against U.S. military occupation, it is measured in more than a century.


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