The Conversation: Monday, October 8th, 2018
NextGen Philanthropy; Tropical Fruit; Ham Radio, HPR Reporter debrief Ku`uwehi Hiraishi
Sharna Goldseker is a co-author of Generation Impact-- a book that looks a GenX and Millennial Philanthropists. She took part in a forum last week as part of the Hawaii Alliance of Non-Profit Organizations 2018 Conference.
Intro Music: Prelude by Foals
Outro Music: My Type by Saint Model
Did you know Kona farmers made it into the Guinness Book of World Record for largest Mango, Avocado, and Jackfruit?
That’s the “rock star” status of some of some of our crops--tropical fruit expert, Ken Love, talked to us following a conference and series of meetings across the state with local fruit growers.
Intro Music: Gone to Fortingall/Wired to the Moon by Jerry Douglas and Michael McGoldrick
Outro Music: 1979 by Antoine Dufour
Our online news partners over at Honolulu Civil Beat joined us today with Chad Blair on a story about the Constitutional Amendment.
Outro Music: Situation by Yaz
The recent close calls with hurricanes and tropical storms have renewed the focus on vulnerabilities of our emergency response system.
The spotlight will be on ham operators and new training that is available this month. We sat down with Clem Jung who is trying to spread the word about an exercise for amateur operators that takes place this Saturday.
Outro Music: Ham Radios by Mr. C
HPR Reporter debrief Ku`uwehi Hiraishi
Lots of questions, lots of fear…that could sum up the climate for immigrants in our country. This weekend a new legal clinic hosted a workshop for those looking for help to navigate rough waters
Intro Music: False Prophet by Brother Oliver
Outro Music: Electric Feel by MGMT