The Access to Justice Commission and HSBA is doing a scholarship essay contest for grades 10-12. I’m hoping that more students from the public high schools apply.
Sergio J. Alcubilla
Director of External Relations
Legal Aid Society of Hawai’i
924 Bethel Street
Honolulu, Hawai’i 96813
Wai‘anae Film Series: Cultivating Ancestral Relations to ‘Āina Mākua Valley and Beyond 9/19/14, 5-8:30pm
Update 9/12/14: See the revised flyer.
SEPTEMBER 19 FRIDAY (5:00-8:30PM)
LOCATION: Kamehameha Schools Community Learning Center at Nānākuli 89-101 Farrington Hwy.
FEATURED FILMS: Kaho‘olawe Aloha ‘Āina (NĀ Maka O Ka ‘Āina) INPEACE: Kupu Ola Power Principle Military Toxic: Vieques
5:00pm – Heavy Pupus (while they last) 5:30pm (sharp!) – Introductions and films 6:30pm – Guest speakers 7:15pm – Small group discussions 8:00pm – Large group report back
THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Consider bringing a mess kit – fork, napkin, plate – to mālama ‘ina!
Questions? Contact email@example.com or 454-4713 so that we can provide food for everyone
Cosponsors: AiKea, DMZ Hawai‘i/Aloha ‘Āina, Hawai‘i Peace and Justice, UH Mānoa Hawai‘inuiākea, KAHEA: The Hawaiian-Environmental Alliance, MANA: Movement for Aloha No Ka ‘Āina, and the Wai‘anae Environmental Justice Working Group Planning Committee: Pua Ford, Lucy Gay, Summer Miles, Ileana Ruelas, Mona Diaz-Malasig Food provided by: Maimun Yusuf, Ken Koike, ‘Ai Pōhaku
The political views expressed in this program do not represent the views or opinions of KSBE or any of its affiliates.
On 8/1/14, Sen. Shimabukuro toured the Ball Corporation’s metal can making factory in Kalaeloa. She was pleased to meet their friendly and enthusiastic staff, many of whom are from the Waianae Coast.
For more information the Ball Corporation, click here.
A news story about the factory ran in the Star-Bulletin on 20 Apr. 2008:
Ball Corp. puts its own imprint on Hawaii’s soda, juice and beer receptacles
Story by Jennifer Sudick
Photography by Cindy Ellen Russell
Star-Bulletin, 20 Apr. 2008