TRENDING: Aloha Poke protest, Aretha Franklin and Left Handers Day
Protesters hit the streets of Chicago to say, "Aloha is not for sale," Aretha Franklin is sick in the hospital, and Monday marks Left Handers Day.
HONOLULU (KITV) - Hawaii hit the Windy City with a peaceful march. Protesters claiming 'cultural misappropriation,' gathered in Chicago to rally against Aloha Poke restaurants.
Island News shared a video on Facebook, and in response, viewer Cj Kalama wrote, "They can use the word ALOHA, but do they understand it? NOPE!"
As 365 Chicago confirms, the protests aren't over yet. This is just the beginning.
Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, was trending. Fans are saying 'a little prayer,' as the Hall of Fame singer is reported to be gravely ill in Detroit.
Monday also marks Left Handers Day-the hashtag was trending. Lefty, Scott Hanson from the NFL Network, wanted to recognize all those important to him that share the quality.
Shoutout 2 my fellow lefties:— Scott Hanson (@ScottHanson) August 13, 2018
Aristotle, Michelangelo, L. de Vinci, Picasso, Gandhi, Ben Franklin, Einstein, Newton, Marie Curie, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Oprah, Reagan, G H.W. Bush, Clinton, Obama, Beethoven, Mozart, Bieber, Gaga, Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb... & my Dad. #LeftHandersDay
Fun fact: lefties only make up 10% of the population.