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Native Hawaiian activists are protesting to prevent the construction of the world's largest telescope on Hawaii's tallest mountain. Now, authorities appear poised to break up the protests.

Hawaiian Activists Protest Construction Of World’s Largest Telescope In State

By Ryan Finnerty NPR
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