The Conversation: Monday, January 8th, 2018
What Comes After #MeToo? Stories of Sex Workers; Displaced Marco Polo Residents; Kid Pan Alley
6 Months Later, Marco Polo Residents are Still Displaced
Just last month crews cleaned soot off the stained facade of the Marco Polo building. But, what is life like now for the still displaced victims of the seven-alarm fire?
Outro Music: Look Up In The Sky by Francis The Great
After #MeToo Movement
Today in Honolulu advocates and members of the media gathered for a summit to talk about domestic violence and the social media campaign #AfterMeToo.
Into music: Ride On Baby William Onyeabor
Outro Music: Fools by Wild Child
Stories of Local Sex Workers
Intro music: Pirate Jet by Gorillaz
Outro Music: Let Me Know That You Know What You Want (Instrumental) by Atmosphere
Civil Beat Reality Check
The City and County of Honolulu can’t seem to spend the federal money set aside for our homeless programs fast enough and may fail to meet future deadlines.
Outro Music: No Rain (Instrumental) by Blind Mellon
Kid Pan Alley
A songwriting residency program for kids has given birth to more than 2,700 student-written songs, with over 50,000 kids taking part.
Into music: We Need No Excuse For Dreaming by Paul Reisler, Heather Mae, Community Lodgings, Middle Schoolers
Outro Music: Best Friends by Paul Reisler, w/ Celeste Krenz & Ms. Young's 3rd Grade, Fannin Elementary