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Nonprofit Best Practices, Hawaii Apocalypse, Autism in Hawaii, East Maui Watershed Art Exhibition

It’s Thursday, July 11 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

Shared secrets from the socially just

Nancy Aleck

Nancy Aleck is the Executive Director of Hawaii People’s Fund. She has a 30 year history in Hawaii promoting volunteerism for social justice and progressive community development. Hawaii People's Fund is sponsoring a best practices exchange for social justice nonprofits.

Looking at Hawaii without tinted lenses

Kosta Kulundzic

Kosta Kulundzic is a visual artist whose new show, Hawaii Apocalypse, opens this weekend and runs through August at SPF projects, a new exhibition space in Kaka’ako.

Hawaii's rate of autism? One in fifty in the Fiftieth State

Leolinda Parlin

Leolinda Parlin is theState Coordinator for Family Voices of Hawai?i, and is the principal investigator for several Maternal Child Health Bureau Federal grants.  She is the  mother of  a 19 year old son in the Autism Spectrum and a typically developing 18 year old daughter. Leolinda will be moderating the brown bag seminar, AUTISM:  Putting the Pieces Together, presented by Mental Health America of Hawai`i. It happens next Wednesday and they can be reached by phone at 521-1846 and you can register here.

Art by the Boardwalk-- not by the sea

Alison Wiest

Alison Wiest is the community outreach and education liaison for the east Maui watershed partnership.  She’s leading a Boardwalk hike this Saturday at 9 a.m.

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