Monthly Archives: July 2018

Social Justice Council Resolutions Vote – Aug 26th

We will vote on the Social Justice Council Resolutions at the end of the church service August 26th. We have previously presented the resolutions to the church during a service. Now they are posted on the bulletin board in the hall. The Social Justice Council looks forward so much to getting this completed that everyone … Continued

August 26, 2018, 11:30am – 1:30pm A.D.O.R.E. meeting

For our July 22, 2018 meeting, the A.D.O.R.E. (A Dialogue On Race and Ethnicity) group carried on an insightful discussion about Chapters 1-6 of the wonderful book, “So you want to talk about race,” by acclaimed writer and speaker Ijeoma Oluo. In her book, Ms. Oluo “offers a clarifying discussion of the racial landscape in America, addressing … Continued

Gallery on the Pali Upcoming Exhibit

Island Homes – Madagascar & Hawaii – Paintings by Esperance Rakotonirina Honolulu’s Gallery on the Pali announces an  exhibition of paintings by Esperance Rakotonirina. The exhibition will run from July 21, 2018, through September 6, 2018, at GOTP, located at  the First Unitarian Church at 2500 Pali Highway. Artist’s Reception: Saturday, July 28, 2018 from 6 to 8 PM. The public is invited. On the web @ Gallery Hours (Closed Monday and Saturday): Tuesday through Friday 9 am … Continued

Vote 2018

Voting Rights in Hawai‘i As of 2018, any resident can register and vote on election day at the polls.   This guide is general in nature and not intended to be legal advice. For legal advice consult your attorney. Updated July 25, 2016. This guide was written in 2016 by the ACLU. Its info still stands. Dates … Continued