No scholar has had a more profound impact on the intellectual development of the Hawaiian community.
It’s shortsighted to wait until tensions boil over before having important conversations about making our island communities as just, fair and equitable as possible.
Ua hoʻokumu mai hoʻi paha ka maʻi ahulau COVID-19 he mau ālaina i ʻike ʻole ʻia ma mua aʻe, he minamina maoli naʻe ke loaʻa ʻole pū mai he mau manawa e makepono ai auaneʻi.
Apologies can’t undue the past, but they are an important part of healing and creating change.
During a time in which we all did our best to “keep calm and carry on,” the pandemic took a heavy toll on high school seniors as they navigated their future.
COVID-19 may have created unprecedented obstacles, but it would be unfortunate to not also see opportunity.
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.