Hawaiʻi Appleseed update: Economic Justice

We need policy decisions and action driven by facts, data, and clear thinking. We need solutions informed by the people on the front lines of the issues and those who bear the brunt of the impact.

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Resiliency and Response

Lauhoe is to paddle together and uniformly, either in the same or different canoes. Together, we will beat this thing. The people of Hawaii come together to navigate uncertain waters.

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Finding hope in the dead of the night

Last night, the Honolulu Quarantine Curfew went into effect. Having lived along the H-1 Freeway for the better part of 25 years, I was unhinged by the silence that settled over Kaimukī, so much so that I made my 1 mile trek to the Kahala Post Office in the dead of night.

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