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It’s Wednesday, March 6 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Middle ground for mental health
Marya Grambs is the Executive Director of Mental Health America of Hawai`i and holds M.S. in Clinical Psychology. She’s helped develop “Healing the Trauma of War,” the “Invisible Children’s Project,” Stop Youth Suicide and Bullying program, and an employment program for homeless female veterans and homeless male veterans with children.
Still jazzy after all these years
Von Baron plays drums with the Honolulu Jazz Quartet, which is performing Saturday at Studio 909 in Honolulu.
Getting a doctorate in the school of hardball
Corey Rosenlee is a 15-year nationally certified social studies teacher from Campbell High School. He is one of the organizers of the "Hawaii Teachers Work to the Rules" Movement. Its next protest happens a week from tomorrow at the Capitol.
And studying hard to recover lost immaturity
Chris Riel is the founder of In Yo Face Improv. He teaches classes called “Play – Act – Improvise!”
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