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It’s Monday, January 21 - MLK DAY - From HPR2, it’s The Conversation.
The impact of a lifetime in 8 hours
The Very Reverend Walter Brownridge is the Dean of the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Honolulu. He has served congregations in Ohio, Delaware, New York City and South Africa. In South Africa he served as a Canon at St. George’s Cathedral in Cape Town, the Mother Church of the Anglican Communion in Southern Africa. Prior to entering seminary, Dean Brownridge practiced law for ten years as a federal prosecutor in the area of public policy. The MLK readings start at 9.
Best bullet point for a student composer: piece performed at the Presidential Inauguration
Karuna Pyle and two of his high school classmates have written musical arrangements that are being performed at today’s presidential inauguration.
The colors of the Hawaii NAACP
Alphonso Braggs is president of the Honolulu-Hawaii NAACP Branch servicing Japan, Korea, Guam, and Hawaii. He is also on the Board of Directors for the Japanese American Citizens League Honolulu Chapter and active in several professional organizations. We reached him early this morning before the MLK Day parade.
Don't call it grey...a musical fusion of black and white
Chase Livingston and his partner, Komfo Anorkye, have made an album called "Black & White: We Are One."
Plus a dream in the backyard, today’s reality check and the world report from the BBC… first the NPR news.