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February 2016 Events

JOIN THE RALLY – Access to Higher Education for All Wednesday, February 24, 2016, at 3:00 pm Fronting Hawai’i State Capitol on Beretania Street Pass HB1613 and HB 1513 Fight for your future Education is a right Not a debt sentence TOWN HALL MEETING: How much is our care worth? Monday, February 29 Registration at…

Hawaii Needs Long-Term Plan for Long-Term Care

Hawaii Needs Long-Term Plan for Long-Term Care By the Rev. Samuel L. Domingo – Posted January 20, 2016, in Star Advertiser Caring for our community means something different in Hawaii than it does anywhere else in the country. We know the value of family and community, and the important role our elders play in both….

PICO Training and Aston Waikiki Action

FACE Hawaii — with members from both Oahu and Maui — had a wonderful two-day training this past weekend on community organizing offered by the People Improving Communities through Organizing (“PICO”) National Network. The training was focused on recognizing the roles of privilege and power, creating trust between the members our organization, the importance of sharing our…

Housing Now Hawaii Action

Did you know that Hawai’i has one of the highest rates of homelessness throughout the United States? Did you know that the average cost to rent a 2 bedroom apartment in Honolulu is $1,810 – which means you would need to make $31/hr to afford that rent? When: Tuesday, August 4th, 2016 from 10:00 AM…

Ige Signs Bill to Help Undocumented Immigrants Obtain Driver’s Licenses

The Hawaii law is effective January 1, 2016. Published by CivilBeat.com on JUNE 30, 2015·By ANITA HOFSCHNEIDER Hawaii Gov. David Ige has signed a bill into law that creates a limited purpose driver’s license for people who don’t have documents to prove they are legally allowed to live in the U.S. The governor signed the measure,…