Getting Economic Justice for all Workers (The State of the State of Hawaii)

Urging Worker & Voter Rights Politically. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is Larry Cohen. Board Chair Larry Cohen for Our Revolution, an organization based on presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ notions, speaks to viewers about his goals to improve workers’ rights and fair trade nationally and internationally. He […]

Faith Communities in the Covid Context (The State of the State of Hawaii)

Ensure Faith Traditions’ Outreach To Needy. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is David J. Gierlach. The Guest reports and discusses heroic acts by faith-based members during the Covid crisis to maintain spiritual connections and deliver social services, such as outreach to maintain food security, hygiene needs, clothing […]

Voting Rights To Fade Before Covid Does? (America Finding its Way)

Laws Limit Voting But Allow Infection. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guests for this episode are Jay Fidell, Cynthia Lee Sinclair, Winston Welch and Tim Apicella. The panelists discuss states’ legislation to specifically target and curtail citizens’ engagement in self-government without confronting dire threats to all, old and young, from Covid […]

Absorb or Manage Post-Covid HI Tourism? (The State of the State of Hawaii)

Survey Shows Culture Valued Over Profits. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is Colin Moore. Dr. Colin Moore discusses findings from his recent survey, Managing Tourism in Hawai’i: A Survey of Resident Attitudes on Destination Management Issues, supported by the University of Hawai’i’s Public Policy Center he directs. […]

Is HI’s Education Saved by the Bill? (The State of the State of Hawaii)

What Lawmakers Unanimously Approved. The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guest for this episode is Colleen Hanabusa. The show’s guest, Colleen Hanabusa, who has served Hawaii in many leadership and policymaking roles discusses the federal windfall of the American Rescue Plan Act’s $412 million for Hawaii, and lawmakers unanimous approval of House […]

American Rescue Plan and HI Public Schools (The State of the State of Hawaii)

Will DOE Better Student Outcomes With ARP? The host for this episode is Stephanie Dalton. The guests for this episode are Hector Rivera and Sue Entz. The American Rescue Plan (ARP) and Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) enhance Hawaii’s DOE’s opportunities to bring schools and classroom learning back much better from the onslaught […]
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