Dawn Morais Webster

Dawn Morais Webster is a communications consultant and issue advocate. She is also a Vatican Two Catholic. She blogs at www.dawnmorais.com.
How Would Queen Liliuokalani And Father Damien Legislate?

How Would Queen Liliuokalani And Father Damien Legislate?

It’s something for Hawaii lawmakers to keep in mind as they enter the final stretch of the 2019 session.

A Poem For These Perilous Times Courtesy

A Poem For These Perilous Times

UH Manoa students update a classic work for the modern age.

Campaign Corner: Phony Outrage In The Governor’s Race Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Campaign Corner: Phony Outrage In The Governor’s Race

For political gain, Colleen Hanabusa’s supporters hijacked the real struggle for women’s rights.

A Time To Remember Who We Really Are The Merwin Conservancy/ Matt Forney

A Time To Remember Who We Really Are

If you listened really hard, you could see all the way to heaven.

It’s Advent — What Are DC Republicans Bringing To The Manger? Cory Lum/Civil Beat

It’s Advent — What Are DC Republicans Bringing To The Manger?

Congress and President Trump are giving birth to a “moral abomination” dressed up as a “tax cut and jobs” bill.

The Christian Case For Reproductive Justice Courtesy Dawn Morais Webster

The Christian Case For Reproductive Justice

Enlightened clergy have been helping women get safe abortion care for decades now.

It’s Time For Lawmakers To Help Those Who Help Our Kupuna Cory Lum/Civil Beat

It’s Time For Lawmakers To Help Those Who Help Our Kupuna

Millennials welcome much-needed assistance for caregivers for the elderly as much as baby boomers.

Millennials Call On Millennials To Recognize The Power Of Their Vote Flickr.com

Millennials Call On Millennials To Recognize The Power Of Their Vote

A significant percentage of the population, millennials don’t want to let their parents and grandparents decide who to put in charge of their future.

Go Set a Watchman: Bearing Witness to the Challenge of Homelessness Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Go Set a Watchman: Bearing Witness to the Challenge of Homelessness

New political leadership is vital, but the contributions of ordinary citizens can help, too. How about an online list of homeless services? If Angie's List can do it, so can we.
Meeting the Needs of the Coming Silver Tsunami TSgt Culeen Shaffer

Meeting the Needs of the Coming Silver Tsunami

One-third of Hawaii's population will be over 60 by the year 2035. Meeting the challenges of an aging society requires that young and old join forces.
Run Over by a ‘Well-Oiled Machine’ in Hawaii Kai? Dawn Webster

Run Over by a ‘Well-Oiled Machine’ in Hawaii Kai?

A lot can change between the time when a Neighborhood Board OKs a project and when it is built.
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