Tune in to KKCR on Friday, 8/20/10, from noon to 1 pm to hear Carlos Andrade and Craig Howes on the making of the book and the value of Kaua‘i.
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Station & Streaming: KKCR (91.9 or 92.7 FM [on Kauai] and streaming live at KKCR.org).
Guest Call-in Numbers: (808) 826-7774 or (808) 826-7771.
The Value of Hawai’i contributors D. Kapua’ala Sproat and Dana Naone Hall will be featured on the Nā ‘Ōiwi ‘Ōlino radio show today, 8/18, speaking on the topics of Water and Sovereign Ground. The show airs 7-8 am and then again 5-6 pm on AM940.
Nā ‘Ōiwi ‘Ōlino – People Seeking Wisdom is a weekday morning radio program presented by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) and hosted by Randy Hudnall. You can listen live on their website and also statewide via Oceanic Cable Digital Channel 856.
Here is the link: http://www.naoiwiolino.com/
If you’d like to share your response to the show, please leave a comment here or on our Facebook page, or tweet us @valuehawaii (#wevalue).
Books are out, they’re being read and talked about, but we’re still going to have a party!
Please join us for our official book launch in celebration of the The Value of Hawai‘i on Sunday, Aug 22, from 3-5 pm at Native Books (Ward Warehouse).
A good number of our contributors will be there for book signings and general talk story, and we will be enjoying live music by Jon Osorio. We will also be sharing information about a number of upcoming events for the fall. The launch is free and open to the public.
For more information, please call (808)956-3774, visit us on Facebook, or email us.
Facebook: “The Value of Hawai‘i Discussion Group”
Haven’t gotten the book yet and interested in learning more? There are a handful of free excerpts floating around the internet, and more coming every week on Civil Beat. Here’s the current list of what to read right now:
complete and uncut Introduction to the book, by Craig Howes, on UH Press site
on “Government,” by Chad Blair, on Civil Beat site
on “Hawaiian Issues,” by Jon Osorio, on Civil Beat site
on “The Economy,” by Sumner La Croix, on Civil Beat site
There are also a few smaller excerpts from different essays that were published in The Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Honolulu Weekly:
on “The Economy” by Sumner La Croix, “Tourism” by Ramsay Remigius Mahealani Taum, and “Race and Ethnicity” by John Rosa
on Hawaiian issues and sovereignty–book excerpts from Davianna Pōmaika‘i McGregor and Dana Naone Hall, and new essays by Jon Osorio and Craig Howes
Check our press page for links to video and radio interviews.
And get the book for the full essays along with footnotes, illustrations, and suggestions for further reading on each topic.
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Co-editors Craig Howes and Jon Osorio will be featured on the Nā ‘Ōiwi ‘Ōlino radio show tomorrow, 8/11. The show airs 7-8 am and then again 5-6 pm on AM940.
Nā ‘Ōiwi ‘Ōlino – People Seeking Wisdom is a weekday morning radio program presented by the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) and hosted by Randy Hudnall. This one-hour program airs Monday through Friday at 7:00 a.m. and is rebroadcasted at 5:00 p.m. You can listen live on their website and also statewide via Oceanic Cable Digital Channel 856.
Here’s the link: http://www.naoiwiolino.com/
And please drop your comments here or connect with us on Facebook or Twitter [@valuehawaii #wevalue], we’re interested in hearing from you.
Hey everyone, check out this link for an interview on the making of the book with co-editors Craig Howes and Jon Osorio for ThinkTech Hawaii. It’s in the ThinkTech Hawaii box, and you might have to scroll sideways a little to find it.
We’ll be doing an event with ThinkTech Hawaii on Aug 25 too, click on our event page for more info. The organization is a non-profit dedicated to “rais[ing] public awareness about the importance of tech to the diversification of Hawaii’s economy.” How does technology stack up to tourism as an industry, and what does “globalism” look like here?
AND, the event at Civil Beat went really well last night, and generated some good discussion, which is what this is all about (well, action too). Check out our facebook page wall for the video now. We’ll post it up here on this site with pictures shortly.
Hope to see many of you tonight at our first public discussion at Civil Beat in Kaimuki. We will be featuring Craig Howes, Jon Osorio, and Chad Blair on the making of the book, Hawaiian issues, and government in Hawai’i. Please see the previous post for more info.
If you can’t make it tonight, Civil Beat will be streaming live at this website–
And we will be trying out our new twitter account, if you want to follow that way.
Should be an interesting discussion!