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Why is it musicians like Linda Dela Cruz, Myrtle K. Hilo, or Myra English are not included? They are Hoku Hanohano Award winners but importantly lived during the turning political tide Of Hawaii. Their talent: Linda went on to be a Trustee of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs Advocating for the Hawaiian benefits and movement toward addressing issues involving The Federal-State Task Force on Hawaiian Homelands, president of the Panaewa-Keaukaha Community Association that found funds to create Railroad Ave so lessees could get to Their lots and open the WalMart store in Hilo. Myrtle K Hilo whose talent shared with tourism activity and legislators to voice from the Grassroots Hawaiian community issues within the Hawaiian communities, Or Myra English who worked at the legislature and became a liaison educator for all people Not familiar with the system; during the time when political action was new to Hawaiian People. Their courage and talent should recognized as well. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 18:47, 8 September 2013 (UTC)