Is Moana a Samoan?

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If you’ve seen Disney’s Moana, you’ve probably noticed its Samoan-inspired look.

The movie’s title character is a woman named Moana, who grows up on the mythical island of Moa, where she is an inseparable member of a tribe of the same name with other sea-life like walruses and her own ancestors. There, she meets and falls in love with a man named Maui, who ultimately offers to help her become a leader of the tribe (or so Moana thinks).

So who is Moana’s father and why is he a Samoan?

You can find out by scrolling down to this clip taken from the movie.

Bolton Wanderers were unable to overturn a two-goal deficit to beat Preston North End.

After just five minutes, Mark Hughes’s side had the hosts level through Chris Humphrey’s left-footed shot from 20 yards out.

Two minutes later, it became 3-2 when Ryan Tunnicliffe’s header was blocked by Mark Birighitti.

However, Preston failed to get on the front foot and Bolton kept their unbeaten league start.

If you’re not following this story closely, here’s a quick recap.

A video of the moment a group of teens in Texas held the sign at a restaurant that read “kill police” and “kill white people” has gone viral.

In the video, two other teens holding their signs can be heard laughing and joking as they wait for the waitress to return before taking the sign. When the waitress does not return, one of the other teens walks up to her booth and starts to chant his name.

While no one who witnessed the incident appears to have anything positive to say about it, the incident is certainly raising questions about police in the state.

The sign read: “kill white people kill cops”

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It is unclear what prompted the teens to take the sign. One said the sign had “nothing to do with police,” while another said it was a joke.

The next night on Facebook, a group organized by a local attorney described it as an open mic day. The group said the sign had been removed but did not identify who took its place.

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“Texas, we have a problem,” the group wrote. “Why do not we have a solution to