Eyewitness Procedures Bill; California Celts; Hawaii Election Campaign Fund; Read Across Kauai
Wednesday, February 25th – from HPR2, it’s The Conversation
William Harrison is one of the founding attorneys of the Hawai’i Innocence Project. The project is the upper level clinical program at the William S. Richardson School of Law, and provides individuals who have been wrongfully convicted the last opportunity to seek exoneration, redress, and release. He is also Hawai’i’s “Point Person” for the national “Eyewitness Identification Reform Litigation Network.”
- Intro Music: Tap Nasty by Warsaw Poland Brothers
- Outro Music: Dandelion by Dorena
Chris Poland is the front man of the California Celts, who are performing tonight (2/25) in Honolulu at the Downbeat Lounge and Friday night (2/27) at Anna O’Brien’s.
- Intro Music: California Celts Theme Song by California Celts
- Outro Music: Take Me Away by California Celts
Christine Trecker is a volunteer with Common Cause Hi. Common Cause is dedicated to ensuring a more open, honest, accountable government. Christine is the Lead on Common Cause's current "Mark Yes" campaign. The campaign's goal is to encourage tax payers to mark "yes" on their state income tax return for $3 to go to the Hawaii Election Campaign Fund.
- Intro Music: Reel Around The Sun by Bill Whelan
- Outro Music: Clean by Incubus
Monica Mira is an organizer of Read Across Kauai Day, a special storytelling and book reading event at the Storybook Theatre this morning at 10:30 in the Peace Garden Amphitheatre. It will feature local authors and storytellers, and is designed for younger toddler and preschool-ers who won’t be able to attend school performances.
- Intro Music: Smells Like Content by The Books
- Outro Music: Classy Penguin by The Books