Join Chad Blair, Civil Beat’s politics and opinion editor, as he hosts this virtual panel featuring the leaders of the Hawaii Legislature and the head of the good-government nonprofit Common Cause.
Chad Blair, Civil Beat Politics and Opinion Editor
Senate President Ron Kouchi
House Speaker Scott Saiki
Sandy Ma, Executive Director of Common Cause Hawaii
Join Civil Beat reporters Brittany Lyte and Eleni Avendaño for a conversation with Lieutenant Governor Josh Green as they discuss the status of Hawaii’s vaccination rollout and what we can expect in the near future.
This virtual event will be recorded and sent to everyone who registers, including those who cannot make it live.
Moderated by Civil Beat’s data reporter, Yoohyun Jung, the panelists will show you how to navigate Hawaii’s many COVID-19 data dashboards and figure out how to extract the most important and interesting information out of them, including the state’s two main dashboards— Hawaii Emergency Management Agency’s (HiEMA) daily COVID-19 data dashboard and Hawaii’s Dept. of Health’s Disease Outbreak Control Division’s (DOCD) COVID-19 summary metrics dashboard. As well as, Hawaii Data Collaborative’s current situation dashboard and other resources.
Yoohyun Jung, Honolulu Civil Beat
Nick Redding, Hawaii Data Collaborative
Joshua Quint, Hawaii Disease Outbreak Control Division
Niea Gardner, Hawaii Emergency Management Agency
Victoria Fan, University of Hawaii Manoa and Hawaii Pandemic Applied Modeling Work Group
Register for this free workshop here.
Reporters Blaze Lovell and Kevin Dayton chat about the upcoming session of the Hawaii Legislature, which resumes Jan. 20. Join the conversation as they share how the pandemic may reshape and refocus lawmakers’ priorities for the coming year.
This event has passed. Watch the recording here.
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Civil Beat’s Washington D.C. correspondent Nick Grube and Alexander Silvert, a federal public defender who cracked the Kealoha case open, discussed the sentencing of Katherine and Louis Kealoha and the police officers who helped carry out their crimes.
You can watch the recording of the discussion here.
Book Club members will receive 10% off the book at da Shop using code “CivilBeat10“.
Join us for a special HIFF TALK STORY with CANE FIRE director Anthony Banua-Simon, in conversation with Civil Beat IDEAS editor Julia Steele. This extended discussion will focus on the themes and issues presented in Banua-Simon’s resonant film.
Civil Beat is a proud sponsor of the Hawaii International Film Festival’s Documentary Film Series, and we hope you can join us for this special event.
This will be a casual discussion where attendees can join with their zoom cameras on or join by phone.
We will not be recording this event so we hope you will be able to join us live!
We joined Civil Beat’s Washington, D.C. correspondent Nick Grube, columnist and blogger Ian Lind and Jim Dooley, author of “Sunny Skies, Shady Characters: Cops, Killers, and Corruption in the Aloha State,” for a discussion on corruption in Hawaii.
These award-winning investigative reporters will shared the nitty gritty details of what it’s like uncovering some of the dirty politics happening in our state.
Civil Beat hosts numerous public and member-exclusive events every year, including monthly member coffees and pau hanas, Civil Cafe panel discussions, and an intimate speaker series known as Hawaii Storytellers. Through our events, Civil Beat looks to foster community discussions by providing a place where citizens can share their thoughts and debate important issues in a civil manner.