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Perspectives on Constitution of the Native Hawaiian Nation

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Wayne Yoshioka
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A Native Hawaiian Constitution was adopted last month during a closed convention on O’ahu.   But some Native Hawaiians have differing opinions on the issues of self governance and self determination.   HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports. 

Wayne Yoshioka
Wayne Yoshioka is an award-winning journalist who has worked in television, print and radio in Hawaiʻi. He also has been on both sides of politics as a state departmental appointee and political/government reporter. He covered Hurricane Iwa (1982) as a TV reporter; was the State Department of Defense/Civil Defense spokesperson for Hurricane Iniki (1992); and, commanded a public affairs detachment in Afghanistan (2006). He has a master's degree in Communication from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and is a decorated combat veteran (Legion of Merit, Bronze Star and 22 other commendation/service medals). He resides in Honolulu.
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