PUC Ethical Issue; Politics of Representation; Marriage Equality; Erin Lau

Oct 31, 2013

It’s Thursday, October 31 – From HPR2, it’s The Conversation

Ethical Issue at the PUC: Henry Curtis

Henry Curtis is the executive director of Life of the Land.

Intro Music: Pandora’s Box by OMD

Outro Music: Me’oe Pu (Halloween Remix) by Hawaiian Music Crew

The Politics of Representation: Liz Ševčenko

Liz Ševčenko is the director of the Guantanamo Public Memory Project.  She’ll be speaking at a U-H symposium on “The Politics of Representation...”  It’s free, and it’ll be at the Bishop Museum’s Atherton Halau tomorrow evening at 6. For more info, click here.

Intro Music: Fake Blues by Real Estate

Outro Music: Guantanamo by Ocote Soul Sounds

“Religious Objectors and Marriage Equality”: Prof. Carole Petersen

Professor Carole Petersen teaches at the William S. Richardson School of Law and is the Director of the Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution. She specializes in legal issues involving gender, human rights, the right to equality in international and domestic law and the use of mediation to resolve complaints of discrimination.

Intro Music: Free at Dawn by Small Black

Outro Music: Breaking the Spell by LayDeeJane

“Little Girl's War Cry” & “Koa 'Ohana”: Film director, Erin Lau

Erin Lau is the director of two short films, Koa ‘Ohana and Little Girl’s War Cry,  that’ll be shown at the Honolulu Museum of Art’s ‘Oiwi film Festival at the Doris Duke Theater on November 12 and 13th.

Intro Sounds: Maori Chimes by The Studio Sound Orchestra

Outro Music: Maori Brown Eyes by James “Bla” Pahinui