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Peace Vigil in Honolulu, HI

Posted by Ryan Hall

Campaign Nonviolence Action organizer Wally Inglis reported that they held a CNV Action Peace Vigil on Sept 21 at major intersection on the edge of the University of Hawaii campus. He said they got a lot of supportive honks from passing motorists too!

On Sept. 24th University of Hawaii students gathered to celebrate the power of nonviolence by the Queen Liliuokalani Statue. See photos below.

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