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It’s Monday, March 11th – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Two years ago today the sea became land
Yuko Nishiyama is a Fukushima activist and survivor of the March 11, 2011 nuclear crisis in Japan. Since the disaster, she has worked to raise global awareness of the ongoing crisis and Japan’s continuing efforts to rebuild the lives of its people. She is also the founder of Minna no Te or Everyone’s Hand’s, a support group for Tohoku evacuees residing in Kyoto. The group raises funds to assist in reuniting family members separated by the 2011 crisis.
Being astute and moot to boot
Cathy Hall is a member of the University of Hawaii Moot Court Team.
Tofa means goodbye—you can bank on that.
Rev Piula Alailima is a long time UMC minister in Hawaii. He was born and raised in American Samoa, and is currently one of the leaders of Faith Action for Community Equity. He led the interfaith critique of APEC in 2011.
When insight becomes inner sight
Doug Beasley is a photographer who is leading a Vision Quest workshop on Hawaii Island.
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