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Tag: History

Try Think: Making Our Voices Count

By Lyz Soto on July 7, 2020

Friday, July 17th  3:00pm-4:15pm Register for this event via this Google form As adults, we are constantly asked to “use our voice” — fill out the census, cast our vote, participate …

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Challenging Racism in the Pacific: Context, History, and Experience in Hawaii and Oceania

By Rae Kuruhara on July 6, 2020

From The King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center: Racism and bias are systemic issues in American society. We’ve seen demonstrations around the world following the death of George Floyd, one …

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Living History Today: Capturing the Covid-19 Experience

By Lyz Soto on May 18, 2020

Register for this event via this Google Form In our lifetime, there are few events that occur as a collective experience and make a significant impact on the way we …

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Love Letters to Community: Necessary Gestures

By Joy Enomoto on May 16, 2020

This is a letter of aloha and kanikau for my kupuna kualua, Keohokalole and my kupuna kuakahi, Annie Keoho and all of my kūpuna whose lives were forever changed by …

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WEAVING VOICES: Pālama Settlement—Resilience and Recovery

By Lyz Soto on March 2, 2020

Wednesday, August 26th, 4:00 – 5:15 Click Here to Register “This opportunity changed lives for young people.” A place for kids to go. Meals and hot showers. Community services. From …

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