Hawai'i Council for the Humanities

Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities’ programming included three intertwining strands of robust civic engagement: deep-dive discussions, the power of youth, and the benefits of culture and creativity. They partnered with the King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, Chaminade University, the Civic Education Council, and Kāhuli Leo Leʻa to host four virtual discussion events exploring various aspects of civic life in Hawaiʻi, an educator workshop on women’s suffrage, five videos focusing on diverse young leaders analyzing power and making positive community contributions leading to a Youth Summit event, five videos featuring musicians connecting civic engagement and aloha ʻāina, and nine poetry workshops considering questions of history, identity, privilege, oppression, resilience, and kuleana.

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