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Wednesday, May 15 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
to breach: An ex-teacher graduates law school to change public policy
is a former special education teacher. He came to Hawaii through Teach for
America and worked for three years at Ilima Middle School in Ewa Beach. When he
lost his job, he went to law school to study education policy. He graduated
from the William S. Richardson School of Law last weekend and is quite happy to
be haole in Hawaii.
this: Iona in the Tarot patch
Flaharty is the artistic director of Iona Contemporary Dance Theatre. Its
E-Season kicks off online this month with the Living Tarot.
Emancipation Proclamation to take on 21st century slavery
is the Executive Director of the Pacific Alliance to Stop Slavery. Since 1999,
she has been raising awareness of the trafficking of women and children for
sex. In 2011, she successfully advocated for the introduction and passage of
Hawaii's first labor-trafficking state law. The 2013 session was her
coalition's most successful to date and already she's at work on bills for next
lesson on “The Life of Objects”
Moore was born and raised in Hawaii; she’s the author of “The Life of Objects;”
she’ll be speaking at this weekend’s Book and Music festival.