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Kyson Manaku-Kalili stood by as she waited to address the crowd at Iolani Palace yesterday. She was one of more than 10,000 gathered on the lawn of the palace to protest a federal appeals court ruling against Kamehameha Schools' Hawaiians-first admissions policy.
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