A Conversation on Race in Hawai‘i
Hawaii is host to a diversity of ethnicities and cultures. In some situations, we celebrate this diversity, honoring each culture and its history in Hawaii. In other situations, discrimination is tolerated with a shrug. There are many inequities and challenges that need to be acknowledged and addressed; we are all personally accountable for the system we perpetuate.
Join us in a two-part panel featuring leaders from all sectors of our community on a “Conversation on Race in Hawaii – History, Current Issues and The Future: We Must Respond.
Opening remarks by Marissa Machida of NAPABA-Hawaii and Bank of Hawaii.
Mahalo to our sponsors
Japanese American Citizens League Honolulu
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association - Hawaii
ACLU of Hawai‘i
The Pōpolo Project
William S. Richardson School of Law
Muslim Association of Hawaii
We Are Oceania
Bank of Hawaii
Korean American Bar Association
Pacific Islander Law Association
African American Lawyers Association
Beta Beta Gamma Foundation
Hawaii Friends of Civil Rights
Shining Islam’s Light Across Humanity
Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii
Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution
Honolulu Hawaii NAACP
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs
Nisei Veterans Legacy
Hawai‘i Health and Harm Reduction Center
Hawai‘i Innocence Project
Native Hawaiian Bar Association
Hawaii Filipino Lawyers Association
Hawaii State Bar Association Diversity Equity and Access to the Law Committee
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