December 13, 2013
Guests: Nalani Minton, Director, Ike Ao Pono, School of Nursing - UHM; Ty Tengan, Chair of Ethnic Studies and Associate Professor of Anthropology - UHM.
The current significance of the Tribunal to the policies of Self-Determination 20 years after the 12-21 August state-wide event.
November 8, 2013
Guests: Kanaloa Schrader, Student Coordinator for Service Learning, College of Social Sciences - UHM; Hector Valenzuela, Professor of the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources - UHM; Nomi Carmona, Babes Against Biotech.
The guests discuss the adverse effects of GMO on humans, the environment and the economy. The relationship between the political elite and transnational agribusiness is highlighted. The conversation includes suggestions about how to change the political equation in favor of the public.
October 11, 2013
Guest: Cynthia Franklin, Professor of English - UHM
Professor Franklin shares her experiences during her visit to occupied Palestine. She describes Palestinian lives under occupation and the cruelty of the Israeli settler-colonial state in its treatment of the indigenous Palestinians.
September 13, 2013
Guests: Ulla Hasager, Ph.D. - Director of Civic Engagement CSS - UHM; Lillie Makaila, Graduate Student, Urban and Regional Planning - UHM
The academic and pedagogical significance of civic engagement is explored. Student learning is advanced through engagement with the community through service learning projects.