Announcing the 3rd Annual LaborFest Hawai'i!
Friday, September 19th, 2014 @ 6:00 P.M.
Hamakua (download pdf) Maka’ainana Power Stickers Maka’ainana translates to “people of the land” or commoners, here Ray used the term to correlate to “working class” in the age of capitalism. Lōkahi refers to “harmony” and “balance,” in this case referring
Aloha LaborFest Hawai’i Supporters, The Board members of LaborFest Hawai’i believe that elections, at the heart of our representative democratic process must be open, fair, and transparent. With this in mind we share the following: Saturday night, the
3rd Annual LaborFest Hawai’i Part I: Part II:
On August 7, 2012 Michelle Rhee and Kevin Johnson spoke at a University of Hawaii event co-sponsored by the William S. Richardson School of Law, and the Shidler College of Business on the topic of “Ethics in Education”. We