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MARCH FOR OUR LIVES Honolulu: March 24, 2018

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Paid Family Leave Rally/Hearing 3/20 Hawai’i State Capitol 9 a.m.

Come, bring family, friends, students. Join in the rally on Tuesday March 20 at 9 a.m.   Various members of the community will offer their perspectives on what paid family leave means for Hawaii’s working families. Stay and testify at

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HB 1727 lets employers offer workers a raise OR paid sick leave. Is this who we are as a community in HI?

HB 1727 has a Senate Labor Committee hearing on Thursday at 2:45 pm in room 229 of the Hawaiʻi State Capitol. The bill is a disservice to workers.It gives employers the discretion to decide if they will give employees a

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Solemn Bell Ringing to Support Students Against Guns. Wed 3/14 from 10-10.17 a.m. Honolulu

This Wednesday, March 14, 2018, from 10 to 10.17 a.m. many public high schools in Hawaii are staging a walk out and silent vigil to commemorate the senseless violence that occurred a few weeks ago at the high school in

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Remembering John Victor Morais 18 Dec 1910 – 6 March 1991

“To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.”  That was the motto of Anderson School, Ipoh, Perak where an eager  16 year old transplant from Kerala, educated up to that point in Malayalam,  started his adventure in what

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Tell legislators to restore pesticide disclosure, notification to SB3095. Protect ALL our kids with buffer zones around schools. Deadline Feb 19.

URGENT ACTION ALERT: Remember SB3095–the so-called environmental protection bill from last week? It WAS a mandatory pesticide disclosure bill with a five school buffer zone pilot program. The heart of the bill (mandatory pesticide disclosure) was gutted, and as a

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Former Senate Majority Leader, Hooser, calls for servant leadership in opening reflection at the Capitol

Former Kaua‘i Senator and County Councilmember Gary Hooser was honored Friday February 3rd by an invitation to offers words of “reflection and contemplation” to the Hawai‘i State Senate.  Hooser was invited to speak by Oahu Senator Les Ihara and welcomed

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Call To Action Calls on Bishop Conley to Lift Blanket Excommunication of Nebraska CTA members

The following message was issued by Call to Action and is published here with their permission. The National Catholic Reporter recently published an article about Call To Action/Nebraska’s recent discussions with Bishop Conley regarding the 22-year blanket excommunication that was placed on

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Episcopal Bishop of Honolulu calls for rehabilitation, not another new jail on Oahu

On behalf of the Episcopal Church in Hawai‘i, I am writing to affirm our belief in the humanity of all of the people of Hawaii, including those who are incarcerated, and to support the recommendations of the House Concurrent Resolution

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