On Saturday, March 24, 2018, a student-led march made history by becoming the largest demonstration in our nation’s capitol, bringing together over 800,000 protesters. A number of people from the Diocese made the long trek to Washington DC to make their voices heard, including Fr. Moki Hino and Dixie Kaetsu (shown here with Andrew Arakawa and his son Bodhi. Arakawa is currently attending seminary in Virginia).
Over 850 “sibling” marches took place around the nation and world including one at the State Capitol in Honolulu. Pictured below, Cathedral ‘ohana Ha’aheo Guanson, Anne Murphy (holding Bella) and Ann Hansen joined the estimated 5,00o at the State Capitol.
Here are some slides from the event.
Memorial service for the slain at the National Cathedral in Washington