Residents and visitors take a knee for justice and equality

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WAIMEA — Cushioned by yoga mats and other padding, nearly a dozen people of all ages joined North Hawaii Action Network (NHAN) members to kneel on the sidewalk along Mamalahoa Highway Saturday morning in the center of Waimea. ADVERTISING WAIMEA