The ACLU of Hawai‘i welcomes two visiting speakers and one local speaker to help us understand the scope and framework for ending money bail: from the National ACLU’s Criminal Law Reform Project located in New York, Senior Staff Attorney Twyla Carter; from the University of South Carolina School of Law, Assistant Professor and policing expert Seth Stoughton; and State if Hawai‘i Deputy Public Defender Kirsha K. Durante.
The speakers are joined by Mateo Caballero, ACLU of Hawai‘i Legal Director, who will share findings from our updated bail study and guide the conversation.
The 2019 Festival of Resistance, organized by World Can’t Wait-Hawai`i and Refuse Fascism Hawai`i, is designed to (1) connect grassroots organizations to the University community; (2) to educate students about ongoing crimes against humanity and the planet; and (3) to urge students and faculty to take action as part of a movement of resistance. YPDA will be hosting a booth at the event. Drop in and say hello; stay for the poetry. music. games and interactive exercises.
The aim of both World Can’t Wait-Hawaii and Refuse Fascism-Hawai`i is to actively engage people in a broad movement of resistance against the Trump/Pence Regime.
This forum explores underrepresented histories & heritage sites of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in the Hawaiian Islands through the lens of three forum themes: Identity, Culture and Place; Stewardship of Place: The Sacred, the Profane and the Mundane; and Challenging Inequality: Histories of Resistance.
The full day forum is a community effort to help identify under told stories of these populations and the historic places that represent them leading to their eventual recognition and protection.
This shorts screening and panel discussion focusses on place-based stories: places that help us discover our roots & identity; understanding our place in our culture & the world. A collaboration between student mentors from UHWO's Academy of Creative Media and students enrolled in the digital storytelling program at Searider Productions, Waianae High School.
This is a peaceful walk where participants will gather at Mauna'ala to pay respects to her beloved majesty Queen Lili'uokalani and to symbolically carry the Queen back to 'Iolani Palace. The marchers will be at the palace by 10:45 a.m. for the raising of the Hawaiian Kingdom flag over the palace grounds; the exact time the unlawful provisional government took down the kingdom flag on January 17, 1893. It has been 125 years since this act of war was committed. Hawaiians are still here and will stand with the Queen until the very last Aloha 'Aina. Bring your ohana.
Stephen Kemble will present an overview of the broken US Healthcare System and the impact of the recent GOPtaxscam. He will provide insights on how to effectively influence national and Hawai‘i State politics in making reforms to improve the healthcare system.
On January 11, 2018, at 10am, Caring Across Generations will hold an informational call to talk about what advocacy landscape and strategy looks like to advance the funding for the Kupuna Caregivers program in 2018. During the call, we hope to share information of what know about the bill being introduced, talking points and information about messaging, and next steps. The call will only last 30 to 45 minutes as we know your schedules are busy.
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