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DateEvent DescriptionContact Info
10/15/20: Knife Skills

Back to the beginning

5 - 5:45pm
AARP HI presents: Cooking Methods That Matter

Fast Healthy and Ono Cooking With Chef Daniel Swift Most of us learned to cook without understanding the foundational science behind it and why we do what we do. Join us for two foundational discussions that can really "up your game," in the kitchen. Take one or both of these sessions.
Jackie Boland

(808) 545-6003

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Continuous viewing


Live Panel Discussion:
at 2 p.m.
Move US to Racial Justice

During October, MoveMeHawai`I is presenting a free online community education program, Move US to Racial Justice, featuring an award-winning film and a compelling panel discussion of racial discrimination during World War II and how we can move together to combat systemic racism that continues today. Throughout the month of October 2020 participants will have access to the film Alternative Facts: The Lies of Executive Order 9066, a documentary about the false information and political influences that led to the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans and U.S. Supreme Court reviews of the Order.

Then on Sunday, October 25, 2020, at 2:00 p.m., MoveMeHawai‘i will present a live, online panel discussion of the film and how it relates to the ongoing social injustices faced by minority groups in the United States, Hawai‘i’s own racial issues, including the Black Lives Matter movement, and alliances of people of all ethnicities in support of racial equality. Panel members include:
  1. Jon Osaki: award-winning filmmaker and visionary of the film Alternative Facts
  2. Camille Nelson: new Dean of the William S. Richardson School of Law and a leading scholar on critical race theory
  3. Avi Soifer: immediate past Dean of the William S. Richardson School of Law and a constitutional law expert
Kalene Sakamoto

(808) 228-1199

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