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  • Hawaii Senate Debate
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    Hawaii Senate Debate

    Candidates in Hawaii’s Senate race, incumbent Senator Mazie Hirono (D) and challenger Ron Curtis (R), met for a debate.

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  • Hawaii Gubernatorial Debate
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    Hawaii Gubernatorial Debate

    Hawaii gubernatorial candidates, Governor David Ige (D) and challenger Andria Tupola (R), met for a debate at KI-TV studios in Honolulu.

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  • Honolulu Rail Transit Project
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    Honolulu Rail Transit Project

    Honolulu’s Rail Transit project is the largest public works project in Hawaii’s history. It is a 20-mile long rapid transit system intended to help address growing traffic congestion on the island of Oahu.…

    127 views
  • Hawaii State Capitol and Statehood
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    Hawaii State Capitol and Statehood

    Hawaii State Senate Majority Leader J. Kalani English (D-7th District) gave a tour of the State Capitol. Senator English talked about the process of Hawaii’s statehood and its complicated relationship with…

    112 views
  • emSoldier in Hawaiiem
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    Soldier in Hawaii

    This U.S. Army “Big Picture” episode profiles the 50th state when it was still a territory, and looks at soldier life for the Army and National Guard, and work and leisure activity of…

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  • Preserving Native Hawaiian Culture
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    Preserving Native Hawaiian Culture

    Civil Beat staff writer Marcel Honoré explained disenfranchisement felt by Native Hawaiians and the origins of this sentiment, which he says dates back to the overthrow of Queen Liliʻuokalani in 1893.…

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  • Legacy of Voyaging on Board the Hokulea Canoe
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    Legacy of Voyaging on Board the Hokulea Canoe

    Ka’iulani Murphy, apprentice navigator with the Polynesian Voyaging Society, shared the legacy of voyaging and how the Hōkūle’a voyage canoe marked a generation of renewal for Hawai’i's indigenous people.…

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  • USS Missouri
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    USS Missouri

    Resting in the waters of Pearl Harbor, where the events that brought the United States into World War II took place, the USS Missouri represents the final moments of the conflict. Meghan Rathbun gave a tour…

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  • Hawaii as Part of the United States
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    Hawaii as Part of the United States

    Civil Beat staff writer Marcel Honoré explained how people living in Hawaii, including Native Hawaiians, think about being considered part of the United States. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs)…

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  • Iolani Palace
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    Iolani Palace

    Iolani Palace was the home of Hawaii’s last reigning monarchs and served as the official royal residence until the monarchy was overthrown in 1893. The building represents a time when Hawaii was a sovereign nation…

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  • Waimea Valley
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    Waimea Valley

    Along the north shore of the island of Oahu is Waimea Valley, an area of cultural and religious significance to native Hawaiians. Ka’ulamealani Diamond gave a tour of this area known as the "Valley of the…

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  • Longines Chronoscope with Delegate Joseph Farrington
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    Longines Chronoscope with Delegate Joseph Farrington

    Journalist William Bradford Huie and diplomat James H.R. Cromwell talk with Congressional Delegate Joseph Farrington (R-HI) about Hawaiian statehood, industries, organized labor, race…

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  • emThe Hawaiian Islandsem
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    The Hawaiian Islands

    This Ford Motor Company silent educational film shows scenes of businesses and tourist destinations, banana, sugarcane, and pineapple plantations and processing, fishing, beaches, and…

    59 views
  • Washington Journal Leo Asuncion Discusses Affordable Housing  Homelessness
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    Leo Asuncion on Affordable Housing and Homelessness

    Hawaii Office of Planning Director Leo Asuncion discussed affordable housing and homelessness.

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  • Washington Journal Jeff Mikulina Discusses Renewable Energy
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    Jeff Mikulina on Renewable Energy

    Jeff Mikulina talked about renewable energy and the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative. Mr. Mikulina’s Blue Planet Foundation is a public charity advocating for clean energy. He participated via Skype from…

    245 views
  • emThe Queen and Iem
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    The Queen and I

    Sydney Iaukea, author of, The Queen and I: A Story of Dispossessions and Reconnections in Hawaii, used Curtis Iaukea’s memoires to explore the life of the Kingdom of Hawaii’s last ruling monarch, Queen…

    188 views
  • emNation Withinem
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    Nation Within

    Tom Coffman talked about his book Nation Within: The History of the American Occupation of Hawai’i (Koa Books; 2 edition, June 15, 2009). In the book he talks about how the U.S. obtained Hawaii and the resistance to annexation by…

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  • emUnfamiliar Fishesem
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    Unfamiliar Fishes

    Sarah Vowell examines the Americanization of Hawaii that began with the arrival of New England missionaries in 1820. The author recounts the coup, organized by the missionaries, that…

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  • emMoney Color  Sex in Hawaii Politicsem
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    Money, Color & Sex in Hawaii Politics

    Author Chad Blair explored Hawaii’s past and present through the lens of race and ethnicity, labor, politics, the Hawaiian sovereignty movement, Honolulu’s homeless crisis, the role of the U.S. military, and…

    82 views
  • emJohn A Burnsem
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    John A. Burns

    Author Dan Boylan explored the life and accomplishments of former Hawaii Governor John Burns in his book, John A. Burns: The Man and His Times. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in…

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