Native Hawaiians Want To Halt A Massive Telescope Project. Here’s Why.

On July 17, a group of Native Hawaiian activists protesting a telescope project on Mauna Kea watched as the oldest among them were carted off, one by one, by law enforcement officers.

The elderly, most of them Hawaiian, known as kūpuna, were blocking a road to the summit of the mountain, the tallest in Hawaii, as part of a larger ongoing protest against the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT).

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