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Shining a light on racial prejudice makes us all think more carefully about what we say — and can’t help but make our community stronger.
This Palauan woman is fed up with racism against her community on social media.
The jobless rate for Native Hawaiians was only 4 percent in 2017 but they continue to have higher-than-average poverty rates.
Incomes are slightly higher but housing costs are still among the worst in the nation.
Delegates quickly broke into factions in 1978, but they ultimately made breakthroughs on Native Hawaiian issues.
Workers in Honolulu are among those taking part in the election after the National Mediation Board rejected the airline’s opposition.
Instead of translating announcements, the City of Honolulu relies on a multilingual radio station to reach residents who don’t understand English.
Sam King has the most cash on hand in the Oahu race, while Rowena Akana has the most in the at-large contest.
With no state funding for most adult dental care, thousands of people go to emergency rooms seeking relief from cavities and other problems.