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It’s Tuesday, February 5 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
What's at the crossroads of American and Black history? Us.
Mauka aka Gene Simpson is a freelance news photographer and videographer. He’s
been Maui, since 1976 and is working on an audio library to make publicly
accessible some of what he has collected over the past 40 years.
Polynesian themes...film at Koele
Ken Burgmaier is the organizer of this weekend’s Lana’i Film Festival. It
starts Friday at the Lodge at Koele.
Stating the case for nursing the state
Joan A. Craft, RN is President of Hawai'i Nurses' Association, OPEIU, Local 50. She works in critical care at Queens Medical Center and in 2002 helped lead the seven-week strike to maintain the defined benefit pension plan for the nurses.
The art of hot rocks and tea
Joanne Aguirre is the host of Tea for Tuesdays – Volcanoes, Cherry Blossoms and
Tea at the Volcano Art Center’s Niaulani Campus.
Plus the global view from Deutsche Welle, backyard cliff sighting, and
today’s reality check...now the news from NPR...