Thursday, April 13, 2017

Kony - Signs of Protest - and Kingdom stickers

In 2012, the world became outraged about Joseph Kony in response to the film, The Invisible Children, about how Kony recruited children as soldiers. This pic was taken at the Hookipa pillbox.
Another Kony protest pic. I took some more pics of the Kony protest and posted them here..
HI Kingdom sticker. This sticker doesn't mean be high in the kingdom, and it has nothing to do with religion. This sticker refers to the Kingdom of Hawaii, when Hawaii was a sovereign nation before the overthrow and imprisonment of the queen. Some native Hawaiian activists believe that Hawaii should receive its sovereignty.

My theme this year is “Signs, Stickers, Street Art, and Graffiti on Maui.” As a departure from my A to Z Challenge posts in previous years, the blog posts will be very short. To read more about my theme and how I interpreted it, visit here

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