Act 163 Ruling; Charlie Chan Play; Na Wai Eha Lawsuit; Keiki Picassos
It’s Thursday, August 29 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation
Louis Erteschik has been the Executive director of the Hawaii Disability Rights Center since August, 2011. He has been with HDRC since 2003, having served as a staff attorney and then supervising attorney. Prior to that, he was a Hearing Officer at the Department of Health from 1991-2003, as well as a staff attorney at the Hawaii State legislature for fourteen sessions.
Reiko Ho is the director of Will the Real Charlie Chan Please Stand Up?, running until September 15 at Kumu Kahua.
Lucienne de Naie is an east Maui-based researcher and writer. She’s on the advisory board of Maui Tomorrow Foundation, one of the plaintiffs in the Na Wai Eha stream restoration contested case currently before the State Water Commission.
Keiki Picassos: Miho Morinoue
Miho Morinoue is Youth Program Director at Hawaii Island’s Donkey Mill Art Center, which is running a series of arts education activities this fall.