Kendrick Chang

Kendrick Chang is a sophomore at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and a graduate of Kaiser High School. At the GWU, Kendrick is a Political Communication major in the School of Media & Public Affairs and Vice President of the Hawaii Club. He was Youth Coordinator for the Save Ka Iwi Mauka fundraising campaign during the summer 2015 months. He is also a Youth Advisor for the Livable Hawaii Kai Hui and a member of the Save Ka Iwi Coalition and the Hawaii Kai Lions Club.

 

Working To Save The Ka Iwi Coastline Kendrick Chang

Working To Save The Ka Iwi Coastline

Ka Iwi preservation perpetuates a community’s legacy for its next environmental stewards.

 

Youth Election Offers Perspectives For 2017 Legislature Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Youth Election Offers Perspectives For 2017 Legislature

Lawmakers should pay attention to young voices especially on issues that will last for decades.

A Millennial Take On Two Honolulu Charter Amendments City and County of Honolulu

A Millennial Take On Two Honolulu Charter Amendments

Proposals to increase term limits for city officials and cap the time that affordable housing stays affordable should be rejected, this writer says.

No Scapegoat, Don Horner Earned His Departure From HART Cory Lum/Civil Beat

No Scapegoat, Don Horner Earned His Departure From HART

A skilled bank executive with years of private-sector experience from the private sector, Don Horner failed to adjust his style in his capacity as a public servant.
We Need More Democracy In Our Public Boards Cory Lum/Civil Beat

We Need More Democracy In Our Public Boards

This commentary was a finalist in Civil Beat's Emerging Writers contest.
Youth Involvement Critical In Saving Ka Iwi Coast Courtesy of Greg Knudsen

Youth Involvement Critical In Saving Ka Iwi Coast

No one has a greater stake in preserving what's left of southeast Oahu's open space than the people who will enjoy it for decades to come.
School Community Councils Allow Students a Voice in Hawaii Education Civl Beat

School Community Councils Allow Students a Voice in Hawaii Education

Local councils can have input just at their school as well as on a statewide level.
A High School Student’s Reflection of the 2014 Elections PF Bentley/Civil Beat

A High School Student’s Reflection of the 2014 Elections

I made a difference that I could live up to and grow from instead of watching from the sidelines to wait for the votes to get counted.
The Legislature Has Forgotten Hawaii’s Constitutional Values PF Bentley/Civil Beat

The Legislature Has Forgotten Hawaii’s Constitutional Values

Does Hawaii need a new Constitutional Convention to find an updated consensus of values for the state?