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Who are our neighbors in Hawaii? And who will they be in the future? We’ll look at how Hawaii’s shifting population is affecting everything from local politics to our economic base—and what we need to consider when we think about the future we all will share with our island neighbors

Neighbors: Ethnic Diversity Marks Hawaii’s Population

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All this week, HPR news is taking a closer look at who lives here in Hawaii. It’s part of a series we’re calling “Neighbors: An Island Story.” Hawaii is by far the most ethnically diverse state in the nation.—and if you had any questions about specifics, the U-S Census Bureau has some answers. HPR’s Bill Dorman has details.

Bill Dorman has been the news director at Hawaiʻi Public Radio since 2011.
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