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It’s Monday, April 16 – DAY 6, Challenge 20-12 on HPR 2! Welcome to The Conversation.
How long do you fight for social justice? As long as it takes.
Eric Yamamoto is a Professor of Law & Social Justice at the UH school of law. An award winning law teacher including the 2006 nation’s most outstanding law teacher, he teaches, writes and works extensively on reconciliation initiatives for historic justice. Eric Yamamoto was just awarded the Fred T. Korematsu professorship.
An old fashion statement: clothing yourself in a deity.
Ab Kawainohoikala‘I Valencia is a kumu hula who will be speaking Sunday morning, April 22, at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park about the plants of hula… It’s a field trip of sorts through the park
It's National Healthcare Decision Day...do you know what your plan is?
Dr. Greg Lagoy is the Executive Director of Hospice Maui. His 22 year commitment to Hospice Maui has helped this organization grow from a tiny non-profit with no paid employees, serving a handful of Maui Residents, to the current team including a Full Time Medical Director, a Clinical Director, 11 Nurses, 3 Social Workers, 2 Counselors, 2 Hospice Aides and 4 Administrative team members who now serve over 140 patients and their family members each year.
A quiet morning to listen to the loons...
Steven Dascoulias is the director of “On Golden Pond," which will have its premiere Friday at Maui’s Iao theatre. It’s a production of Maui OnStage
Plus today’s reality check and the world report from Deutsche Welle... now the news… from NPR.