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The Aloha Friday Conversation: Lack of Maui houseless policies called the 'Wild West'; Trees take center stage

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  • ACLU Hawaiʻi Legal Director Jongwook "Wookie" Kim and plaintiff Sonia Davis talk about their lawsuit against Maui County, alleging violations of due process and constitutional protections of personal property during a sweep in the Kanahā Beach area near Kahului | Full Article
  • Forester Irene Sprecher and master woodworker Tai Lake talk about what to see in Hawaiʻi's Woodshow this year | Full Article
  • Artist and philanthropist Taiji Terasaki reflects on art made in response to crisis | Full Segment
  • We welcome Makahiki season with Imaikalani Winchester of Ku Mana Public Charter School | Full Article
  • And Lana Corpuz, who spearheads the Ka Molokaʻi Makahiki Festival | Full Segment
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Noe Tanigawa covered art, culture and ideas for two decades at Hawaiʻi Public Radio.
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