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The Conversation: Wednesday, June 21st 2017


Compassion and Choices: John Radcliffe; Paradise Cove: Drew Broderick

Compassion and Choices: John Radcliffe

John Radcliffe

Credit Aubrey Hawk

The choice for terminal patients to take their own lives went down to defeat again this year in Hawaii State Legislature session. Advocate and stage 4 cancer patient John Radcliffe joins us today to talk about how he's dealing with it. 

Intro Music: Bury Me In The Morning by Linda Russell, Rudolf  Palmer

Outro Music: Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum from Children's Corner by Bela Fleck

Paradise Cove: Drew Broderick

Drew Broderick

Credit Noe Tanigawa

PARADISE COVE is a Hawaii-based art collective. They create temporary experiences that encourage people to think critically about Hawaii.

Intro Music: I'm-A-Livin'-On-A-Easy by Atta Isaacs, Gabby Pahinui

Outro Music:  Jubilation by Dennis Kamakahi

Civil Beat Reality Check

Reality Check

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During 19 months beginning in April 2015, eight inmates in local prisons died of unnatural causes.

Intro Music: I Don't Want to Stop by Wild Strawberries

The Long View: Neal Milner

Neal Milner

Credit The Blue Diamond Gallery

Asian discrimination gets a modern twist in new research about the California suburb with the highest Asian population. Contributing editor Neal Milner talks the long view with some lessons for Hawaii.

Intro Music: Let Me Back In by Rilo Kiley

Outro Music:  Clocks by 12 Girl Band

Smithsonian Hawaiian Art show ’Ae Kai: Nai’a Lewis & K?lewa Correa

Nai'a Lewis

Credit Nai'a Lewis

Laboratories aren’t just for scientists--the Smithsonian Culture Lab Project is coming to cause sparks at the former Foodland in Ala Moana Center from July 7-9!

Intro Music: Kalihi Street Jug Band by Keola and Kapono Beamer

Outro Music:  Friends by Brittni Paiva

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Noe Tanigawa covered art, culture and ideas for two decades at Hawaiʻi Public Radio.
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