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As Hawaiians continue to reclaim their kingdom . . .

. . . some, but not all, want to reclaim the name of their high school. Once, McKinley High School was known as Honolulu High School, but then, its name was changed to honor President William McKinley, who was in office when the United States annexed the Hawaiian Islands. Should the school's original name be restored? Surprisingly, opinion is divided right down the middle.


Read about it: Push to change high school name in Honolulu divides Hawaiians - Los Angeles Times (latimes.com)

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