Inette Miller

Inette Miller was a national and international journalist for 16 years — a war correspondent for Time magazine in Vietnam and Cambodia. She is the author of "Grandmothers Whisper," which was awarded the Visionary Award for memoir. She is currently writing her Vietnam memoir, "Girls Don’t!" The website that she runs with her husband is www.ReturnVoyage.com.
Remembering The Time That I Interviewed Ross Perot Allan warren/Wikimedia Commons

Remembering The Time That I Interviewed Ross Perot

Cranky. Arrogant. Difficult. The former businessman and presidential candidate left an indelible image on this writer.

The Limits Of Words, The Power Of Images www.KauaiAinaArt.com

The Limits Of Words, The Power Of Images

Visual artist Daniel Finchum’s “Bruises In The Garden” project opens eyes and hearts.

‘My Islands Are Dying’ Nathan Eagle/Civil Beat

‘My Islands Are Dying’

Struggling to find a voice when Hawaii has become someone else’s playground.

We — All Of Us — Are Doing The Killing Flickr.com/NS Newsflash

We — All Of Us — Are Doing The Killing

A lone gunman may have bloodied my former newsroom in Maryland, but we all bear a collective responsibility.

The Only Way Back: GMOs, the Environment and Sovereignty

The Only Way Back: GMOs, the Environment and Sovereignty

Do you want to know why many Native Hawaiians don't treat the fight against GMOs as a top priority?