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I’ve never feared the police in Honolulu. But we need systemic reform that steers law enforcement money to social and community services.
“Our protest is not your protest, but they all seek the same justice. We fight the same injustice,” a law instructor at UH says of the struggles of the two communities.
The governor needs to cooperate with the Legislature instead of making a difficult situation worse.
Kudos to state and county leaders for successfully containing COVID-19 in Hawaii. But reopening tourism too fast could put those gains at risk.
In a place with such a traumatic history of infectious disease, blanket calls for opening up are offensive.
When a crisis hits, we should have our best at the helm. I can’t imagine anyone thinking this is the case right now.
We need construction jobs but Mayor Kirk Caldwell’s decision to move forward with the Waimanalo ball field project as the virus spreads was irresponsible.
The world has stopped seeming familiar as we battle the slow-moving threat of COVID-19.
We’ve never seen anything like this pandemic, but through fires, floods and volcanos, we’ve always looked out for each other.