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It’s Wednesday, January 30 – From HPR2, it’s The
Act makes fact but haste makes waste?
Mililani Trask is a Native Hawaiian attorney with an extensive background in Native
Hawaiian land trusts, human and indigenous rights law and peace advocacy. For
the past decade, she has worked as the Indigenous, Community and Legal Advisor
to the Innovations Development Group. Part of what she has helped to create is
a Native-to-Native model for economic development of alternative energy
sources, including geothermal generation.
A whiter shade of pale leads to a Deeper Shade of Blue
Jack McCoy is the director of “A Deeper Shade of Blue,” which is having its
premiere at a red-carpet event next week.
Another Van Dyke becomes an institution
Sherry Broder is an attorney and teacher at the William S. Richardson School of Law at UH Manoa. Her areas of expertise include international, ocean and environmental law, human rights, and complex civil litigation. She was the first woman President of the Hawaii State Bar Association. A new Institute honoring her husband, Jon Van Dyke, opens its first conference tomorrow. He was a professor, legal scholar, and practitioner in international, human and civil rights, environmental, ocean, and constitutional law.
Recycling fresh food into people
Marta Lane is the owner of Tasting Kauai, which will be holding a day-long
culinary revel February 8th at the Kauai Marriott Resort at Kalapaki Bay.
Plus a lei away plan in the backyard, today’s reality check
and the BBC world report… now the news… from NPR.