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For Native Hawaiian advocates, tech billionaires’ donations don’t go far enough

The ruins of an entire neighborhood that has burned down.
In an aerial view, burned cars and homes are seen in a surrounding that was destroyed by a wildfire on August 18th, 2023, in Lahaina, Hawaii.  | Photo by Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

Tech giants have accumulated vast properties across Hawaii while Native Hawaiian residents fight to keep their land. It’s a fight that’s heating up in the aftermath of the deadly fires on Maui.

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