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“STAND-UP, SPEAK OUT” RALLY AGAINST HAWAII LEADERSHIP
Uplifting small businesses, youth organizations, schools, are more.
News Release from KnightsOfAloha.com
PDF: Rally Information Packet
NOTE: KOA plans a second rally for Jan 22 -- 3-6PM
[Honolulu, Hawaii 1/15/2021] The Knights of Aloha will be protesting at the Hawaii State Capitol on Friday January 15, 2021 1:00PM to 3:00PM against Hawaii’s current leadership.
There will be a multitude of speakers from small business owners, youth sports organizations, and more leaders in our community who are tired of the current leadership in Hawai’i.
The people of Hawai’i have no trust in our current government and are tired of being taken advantage of. From the already high cost of living, worst place in America to start a business, corruption, and now mismanagement of the COVID-19 pandemic, the local people are suffering.
Now with the pandemic small businesses are closing, families are losing work resulting in not being able to put food on the table, our keiki is being robbed of proper schooling, higher rates of suicide, and so much more negative effects on our people.
It’s time to unify and speak together so we can be heard! It’s time to gather and say to those politicians no more! If you feel like your votes don’t count and your voice doesn’t matter. If your tired of being called non-essential and have been given zero to barely any assistance to move your life and/or business forward. This event is for you! Join us! And together we can bring about the much needed change we need here in our beautiful home Hawaii.
This is a peaceful rally. The Knights of Aloha condemns any damage of private or public property and any form of violence.
SA: Security heightened at state Capitol ahead of Friday protest and presidential inauguration next week