Kill Haole Day is the term for alleged bullying incidents that occurred in some public Hawaii schools, when non-white students would supposedly harass and attack white students. Kill Haole Day was discussed by the Hawaiian legislature when debating hate crimes legislature in 1999, despite the lack of documented incidents.
On December 31, 2008, the U.S. Department of Education released a report that concluded there was “substantial evidence that students experienced racially and sexually derogatory violence and name-calling on nearly a daily basis on school buses, at school bus stops, in school hallways and other areas of the school”.
The report also concluded that school officials responded inadequately or not at all when students complained of racial harassment. Students who did complain were retaliated against by their antagonists.
In the beginning of this video Bobby Thompson (US Loglift Record holder) speaks about racism against Whites in the Hawaiian school he went to.