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Teaching JFK; Billy McLaughlin; JFK Assassination; What Hawaii Can Learn From Finland?

It’s Friday, November 22 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

How is JFK Taught in High School: Corey Rosenlee

Corey Rosenlee

Corey Rosenlee is a 15-year nationally certified social studies teacher from Campbell High School. Today he’ll be talking to his class about the JFK assassination and trying to make it relevant.

Intro Music: It Feels Alright by Washed Out

Outro Music: Meditation From Thias by London Festival Orchestra

Musician Living With Focal Dystonia: Billy McLaughlin

Billy McLaughlin

Billy McLaughlin, guitarist, will perform Sunday in a free concert at 6 p.m. at Honolulu’s Calvary By the Sea Lutheran Church.

Intro Music: Sun by Cat Power

Outro Music: Fingerdance by Billy McLaughlin

JFK Assassination, 50 Years Later: Bruce Getzan

Bruce Getzan

Dr. Bruce Getzan is Kauai Community College’s Director of Continuing Education.  He will lead a free JFK Assassination Workshop & Discussion at noon today on the KCC campus.

Intro Music: Remembering JFK - “An American Elegy” by Christoph Eschenbach

Outro Music: The Sound Of Silence by Antonio De Lucena

What Hawaii Can Learn From Finland?: Ikaika Hussey

Ikaika Hussey

Ikaika Hussey is the editor of The Hawaii Independent, a current affairs news magazine. He recently interviewed Finnish educator and scholar Pasi Sahlberg. To link to an excerpt from the interview, click here.

Intro Sounds: Sakkijarven Polkka by Ewan Dobson

Outro Music: Big Medicine by Mari Boine

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