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Wednesday, May 1st - From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
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became Common Cause Hawaii’s new executive director just six days before the
start of the 2013 legislative session. She's also a board member for the League
of Women Voters of Hawaii and a commissioner on the Hawaii State Commission on
the Status of Women. In 2012, she was recognized by Pacific Business News as
one of Hawaii’s Forty Under 40, and as an “Outstanding Young Filipino” by the
Filipino Junior Chamber. She is already planning the next round of super PAC
transparency legislation for next session.
May Day is
works with the City and County of Honolulu to promote the 86th Annual Lei Day Celebration, which starts at 9 am at Kapiolani Park and runs all day.
immigrant's garden of national identities
is a Fulbright post doctoral student at NY University law school and an Assistant
Professor of Law at Israel's Interdisciplinary Center. He researches constitutional
theory, comparative constitutional and immigration law, citizenship theory, and
multiculturalism. He's also working on a book: "Cultural Defense of
Nations: A Liberal Theory of Majority Rights" but is taking a little time
off to speak at the UH law school tonight.
fish finds a bigger ocean
Tarleton is the author of the short story “The Fishing Club,” soon to be a
movie by Redhead Productions.
Plus the BBC
world report, a couple of backyard sweet ideas, and and a reality fades away
into the sunset. First, the news from NPR.