This is especially necessary for those of us who carry privilege and want to help vulnerable populations.
Particularly in times of crisis, Hawaii must protect long-term, adequate family planning to help keep people healthy.
Being paid and treated as equals is good for the bottom line in Hawaii but also for all people in America.
We must continue to think about greater gender equity for future generations.
All labors should be respected, even if some of them don’t pay enough to cover Hawaii’s cost of living.