Benjamin Hooks : Importance of Brown v. Board of Education

HONOLULU (AP) — The governor of Hawaii signed a bill on Tuesday ensuring that Native Hawaiians can practice an ancient tradition in which a corpse is cleansed by fire and the bones are held as sacred in a natural cloth before being buried or interred. Gov. David Ige approved the bill amid concerns by some crematories that the rarely used practice might be illegal. In Hawaii, a person can be accused of abusing a corpse – a misdemeanor – if human remains are handled in a way that “would
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