For Pacific Islanders, a statue in Washington state recalls a dark chapter in history

For Pacific Islanders, a statue in Washington state recalls a dark chapter in history

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The monument honoring the 19th century US Navy sailor John R. Monaghan in Spokane, Washington, is a reminder of the country’s history of violence, colonialism and racism against the Samoan people. Members of the community want it to come down.

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