The Conversation: Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
Vaping Rates on the Rise; Complete Streets in Honolulu; Healthy Shark Populations
Rates of e-cigarette and vape usage are rising among high school students, but some Hawaii students and advocates are joining a national movement to reverse this trend.
Intro Music: Whole Life Story by Passion Pit
Outro Music: Blue Planet Eyes by The Preatures
The Nature Conservancy recently completed an eight-year study of shark populations around Palmyra Atoll and the results are surprisingly positive.
Intro Music: Body by Bassh
Outro Music: New York Groove by Ace Frehley
State Attorneys General from around the country are demonstrating increasing collaboration in opposing policies of the Trump Administration.
Intro Music: Chanel by Frank Ocean
Outro Music: Countdown by The Black Keys
The Executive Director of the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission has publicly condemned the recent acts of violence and intimidation against Jewish communities, and he is urging the public to join him.
Outro Music: Living In The Country Leo Kottke and Mike Gordon
The story of a Mexican boy killed by U.S. Border Patrol agents is coming to Hawaii with the mission of humanizing the plight of migrants and refugees on America’ southern border.
Intro Music: En el muelle de San Blas by Maná
Outro Music: Down in Nogales by Kevin Costner and Modern West