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We Are The Many

A protest song sympathising with the "Occupy Movement" that was performed by singer Makana during a gala reception for the Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation in Hawaii on November 13 2011. Makana, who goes by one name, was enlisted to play at a luau, or Hawaiian feast, for leaders assembled in Obama's birthplace Honolulu for an annual APEC summit.

In the midst of the dinner on the Waikiki Beach, Makana revealed his T-shirt with "Occupy with Aloha" printed on it with the Hawaiian word meaning love and peace. He went on to sing "We Are The Many" which he wrote and released on the Internet the day before.

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