A memorial to the late Sen. Daniel K. Inouye is getting fast-tracked by University of Hawaii officials who are moving ahead with plans for a building to house his papers and other material memorializing his career. But the UH is doing most of its planning behind closed doors while private donors are being sought. Political cartoonist John Pritchett pondered what might happen when the plans are finally unveiled.

John Pritchett/Civil Beat


About the author: John Pritchett is a longtime award-winning political cartoonist. He has been penning artwork in Hawaii for decades, including 20 years at the Honolulu Weekly. Find more of his work on the web at pritchettcartoons.com.

Not a subscription

Civil Beat is a small nonprofit newsroom, and we’re committed to a paywall-free website and subscription-free content because we believe in journalism as a public service.
That’s why donations from readers like you are essential to our continued existence.
Help keep our journalism free for all readers by becoming a monthly member of Civil Beat today.

About the Author