Your ignorance is stunning. Hawaii has a public school system like the rest of the U.S. The private school in question, the Kamehameha Schools, was established with the profits generated by a trust left to the Hawaiian people by the last decedant of the Kamehameha line.
The debate regarding the school, which you obviously know nothing about in spite of your know-it-all comments, concerns whether or not the funds generated from the trust (like the funds in a trust that might be left to you in a will) should continue to be tax-exempt if the students who are able to attend the school must be ethnic Hawaiians.
The question is actually very complicated, with serious legal ramifications that could impact a wide variety of programs and laws, all established in order to address the particularly thorny problem of Native Hawaiian landlessness and impoverishment resulting from the illegal overthrow and annexation of Hawaii to the United States, an act orchestrated by wealthy agricultural and industrial barons who stood to benefit financially by basically robbing Native Hawaiians of their patrimony and political independence.
Have you even bothered to read a single word of the well documented history of Hawaii before chiming in? It seems to me that you haven't. In fact, your ignorance multiplied by whatever number of other ignorant people who continue to make their opinions known without first checking the evidence or even understanding the legal implications of their criticisms and proposals is the basis for much of the resentment being debated here. This kind of cavalier attitude concerning the well-being of an entire people is arrogant and, yes, racist.
If you are racist, you will experience it as though from others, but it is only you projecting. I am French and Native American. The Hawaiian people embrace me and I embrace them. Secret: Honor the land. Keep your trash in your car. If you visit anywhere, always leave it in better condition than you found it. Charish Mother Earth and Goddess Pele (Island Goddess) and Charish everyone you meet as the Blessing that they are and you will enjoy the 'time of your life.' This is the Aloha Spirit.
Note: In Volcano area, when you see Caution sign that says 'Turtle Walk.' Honor it. This is migratory walk for giant sea tutrtles. Honor the energies of the island and you will Truely find Blessings in return.
Remember that there are No true natives of these islands. We are All Blessed, just to be there. Honor each other as your brother or sister. Older people are addressed as Auntie or Uncle.
We Truely are All One.