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Leo Kupa. E Ho'olono mai!
Kainoa Keanaaina | Leo Kupa Episode #26

Leo Kupa. E Ho'olono mai!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 63:04


Kainoa Keanaaina was born and raised on the island of Oʻahu. Most of his education in grade school was taught in the Hawaiian language. This time of immersed Hawaiian language education is known as Kaiapuni. Keanaina shares his many moʻolelo on what he had experienced and learned in Kula Kaiapuni ʻo Waiau, Hālau Kū Mana, and Kula Kaiapuni ʻo Ānuenue. Keanaaina continues acquiring ʻike studying under cultural groups such as Hālau Nā Mamo o Puʻuanahulu in Hula and Ka Pā o Lonopūhā in lomilomi. He is a current UH Masters Student in the Hawaiʻinuiākea Program and a East-West Center Graduate Fellow. Keanaaina is the new and current Executive Director for Hui Mauli Ola. He thanks and acknowledges everyone that has helped, guided, and nurtured him through all his learning. He shares "I wouldnʻt have been here if it wasnʻt for those that have invested into me." Enjoy this episode of Leo Kupa featuring Kainoa Keanaaina!

The Forest Garden
Hawaiʻian Tropical Permaculture with Adam Crowe of ʻĀina Exotics

The Forest Garden

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 77:55


Prepare to be transported to the Big Island of Hawaiʻi! Adam Crowe of ʻĀina Exotics, based in Pāpaʻaloa, Hawaiʻi, joins us today to discuss the trials and tribulations of establishing a tropical forest garden system on the slopes of the shield volcano that is Hawaiʻi Island. Tune in for an exciting episode where we discuss swales in tropical systems, pests local to Hawaiʻi, and some of our favorite tropical fruit tree crops. Be sure to rate and subscribe, and follow us on instagram! @forestgardenpodcast. Thanks for tuning in, and enjoy!

Radicle Narrative
3.4: Kamuela Enos on Hawai'ian Strengths and History and Creating Indigenous Infrastructure and Systems

Radicle Narrative

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 83:42


Kamuela Enos was born and raised in Waianae, on the island of O`ahu. He received his AA from Leeward Community College, BA in Hawaiian Studies from UH Manoa, MA in Urban and Regional Planner. His masters thesis is titled "Utilizing Traditional Hawaiian Land Use Practices to Create Sustainability Paradigms for the 21st Century." He sits on the boards of numerous community based non-profits, and was recently a commissioner on President Obama's White House Initiative on Asians and Pacific Islanders. He is a llecturer at UH Manoa's Dept of Urban and Regional Planning. Currently, Kamuela Enos is the Director of the Office of Indigenous Innovation for the University of Hawaii. His work focuses on repositioning ancestral practice as contemporary innovation. Kamuela previously worked at MA`O Farms- a community run social enterprise. Show Notes:  https://www.maoorganicfarms.org News Article on Center for Indigenous Innovation: https://www.hawaii.edu/news/2021/09/23/center-for-indigenous-innovation/ Email: kenos@hawaii.edu Music:  Intro by Local Indigenous Band, Boss of Three https://linktr.ee/BossofThree

Citizens' Climate Lobby
CCR 66 Hospitality in a Time of Climate Change

Citizens' Climate Lobby

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 30:00


We live in a world with stronger and more frequent extreme weather events. As a result, giving and receiving hospitality is becoming the new normal for humans. Citizens' Climate Radio host Peterson Toscano speaks with public theologian Jayme R. Reaves and public health expert Dr. Natasha DeJarnett. What are the risks leading to more displacement? What are the dilemmas and challenges of housing, feeding, and creating more space for people uprooted from homes during extreme weather? And what are some of the creative ways communities provide protection to those temporarily or permanently unhoused?  Jayme R. Reaves is the director of academic development at Sarum College in Salisbury, England. She teaches in areas such as biblical studies, and feminist and liberation theology. Over the last 20 years, she has worked as a consultant, researcher, lecturer, and facilitator in the U.S., former Yugoslavia, Northern Ireland, and Great Britain. Her focus internationally has been on the intersections between theology and public issues such as peace, conflict, hospitality, memory, and gender.  Jayme discusses the roles that scarcity and abundance play in making sure that those most impacted by the environment in the community around us are cared for. She calls on churches to work in their own communities to make congregations aware of sharing with those who don't have as much.  Jayme regularly speaks, leads retreats, conducts workshops, and acts as “theologian in residence” with communities who wish to dive deeper into understanding theological frameworks for social justice activism. She's the author of Safeguarding the Stranger: An Abrahamic Theology & Ethic of Protective Hospitality (Wipf & Stock, 2016) and co-editor of When Did We See You Naked?: Jesus as a Victim of Sexual Abuse (SCM, 2021).  Additionally, she co-hosts the podcast Outlander Soul, which looks at the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon with a theological, religious, and spiritual lens and takes seriously the role fiction plays in fans' lives as a sacred text. Jayme lives in Dorset, England with her partner and two dogs. Dr. Natasha DeJarnett is an assistant professor in the Christina Lee Brown Environment Institute at the University of Louisville Division of Environmental Medicine, researching the health impacts of extreme heat exposure and environmental health disparities. Additionally, she is a professorial lecturer in Environmental and Occupational Health at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. Previously, Dr. DeJarnett was the interim associate director of Program and Partnership Development at the National Environmental Health Association, leading research, climate and health, and children's environmental health.  She also previously served as a policy analyst at the American Public Health Association (APHA), where she led the Natural Environment portfolio, including air and water exposures along with climate change. Dr. DeJarnett is a member of the EPA's Children's Health Protection Advisory Committee, is chair of the Governing Board of Citizens' Climate Education, a member of the Board of Directors of Physicians for Social Responsibility, chair-elect for APHA's Environment Section, member of the Advisory Board of APHA's Center for Climate, Health and Equity, a member of the Board of Trustees for the BTS Center, special advisor to the Environmental Health and Equity Collaborative, and the Steering Committee of the International Transformational Resilience Coalition. Dr. DeJarnett emphasizes that more than ever before, people are being displaced as a result of severe weather phenomena caused by climate change. In 2018, 16 million people were displaced due to climate, 1.2 million of which were American. She points out that in 2020, more hurricanes and tropical storms made landfall than ever before, to the point where letters in the Greek alphabet were being used to name them, as the list of hurricane names had been used up. Dr. DeJarnett says that church communities are presented with the opportunity to provide hospitality more than ever by turning churches into cooling centers, and by educating the community about staying safe through weather phenomena. To learn more about building community resilience see the US Climate Resilience Toolkit or see how you can get involved with establishing a local or regional Climate Resilience Hub.  The Art House Joining us in the Art House is Dr. Krista Hiser with The Ultimate Cli-Fi Book Club. The purpose of the book club is to look at climate-themed literature and consider how it can help us engage differently with interdisciplinary topics and existential threats related to the planetary predicament of climate change.  In this episode, Krista reflects on Deena Metzger's novel A Rain of Night Birds.  Dr. Krista Hiser is Professor at Kapiʻolani Community College. Her Ph.D. is in Educational Administration from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. She has published works on community engagement, service-learning, organizational change, post-apocalyptic and cli-fi literature.  In this month's episode, Krista tells us that the protagonist of “A Rain of Night Birds” is a scientist that also relies on feeling to gauge the environmental phenomena around her. With themes of spiritualism and indigenous culture, this “literature of restoration” focuses on the concept of doing no harm, based on the importance of the world around us. You can read a written version of Krista's essay at The Ultimate Cli-Fi Book Club for Sustainability in Higher Education on Medium. You can hear standalone versions of The Art House at Artists and Climate Change. Good News Report Our good news comes from Anthony Leiserowitz at Yale Climate Connections. In tune with the theme of hospitality, Anthony discusses a disaster resiliency program geared toward Spanish-speaking residents in Sonoma County, California. Whether people lose power or work as a result of climate and weather disasters, many nonprofits are developing plans and guides to help Spanish speakers in the west prepare. These programs help residents sign up for emergency alerts, prepare for emergencies, and make financial arrangements needed to safely leave during severe weather. We always welcome your thoughts, questions, suggestions, good news, and recommendations for the show. Leave a voicemail at (518) 595-9414 (+1 if calling from outside the U.S.). You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org   You can hear Citizens' Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, Podbean, Northern Spirit Radio, Google Play, PlayerFM, and TuneIn Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens' Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio. Photo by furkanfdemir from Pexels

HaveAlohaWillTravel
Have Aloha Will Travel EP71: How to Get More From Your Hawaiʻi Vacation

HaveAlohaWillTravel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 31:58


Cat, Kevin—and digital media specialist Taylon—are back this week to provide tips and insight on how visitors can get a more unique, authentic Hawaiʻi experience. From participating in voluntourism opportunities—made easy with programs like Mālama Hawaiʻi and Travel2change—to eating at local restaurants and eateries that will give you a real taste of Hawaiʻi cuisine, the crew talks about various ways travelers can learn and experience more about Hawaiʻi on their trips to the Islands.

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Wellington based sustainable shoe company launches in USA

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 9:19


Wellington entrepreneur Jeremy Bank was was inspired to create sustainable shoes after his daughter found plastic all over what had been a pristine beach in Hawai'i.

American Shoreline Podcast Network
The Amazing Volcanoes of Hawaii with Dr. Matthew Patrick, USGS

American Shoreline Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 65:27


This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk about the volcanoes of Hawaii with Dr. Matthew Patrick, a research geologist at the USGS operated Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO), which monitors the active volcanoes in Hawaii, assesses their hazards, issues warnings, and advances scientific understanding to reduce impacts of volcanic eruptions. Founded in 1912, HVO was the first of the five volcano observatories supported by USGS today. For much of its history, HVO was perched dramatically on the rim of Kīlauea Volcano's summit caldera inside Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park. That ended in 2018, when—amid ash explosions and violent earthquakes accompanying onset of partial summit collapse—HVO relocated to the town of Hilo, 30 miles distant. We talk to Dr. Patrick about the ongoing science occurring at HVO and explore some of the parallels between volcanic and coastal risks. Check it out, only on ASPN!

Cougar Sports Saturday
Cougar Sports Saturday Highlights November 13th

Cougar Sports Saturday

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 100:15


This is a compilation of highlights from Cougar Sports Saturday on November 13, 2021.  Mitch Harper reacts to the big week for BYU basketball, including two big wins and a commitment from Collin Chandler. Chandler joins the show to talk about that commitment and freshman big man Fousseyni Traore speaks on his expectations for his first collegiate season. Matt Baiamonte joins from Hawai'i to discuss the biggest storylines and Chaz Ah You discusses how the team is handling the late-season bye week.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cougar Sports Saturday
Matt Baiamonte: Mark Pope Can Accomplish Anything At BYU

Cougar Sports Saturday

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 18:31


Matt Baiamonte joins Mitch Harper from Hawai'i to discuss the big week for BYU hoops and the upcoming games for BYU football. He says getting Collin Chandler proves that Mark Pope can accomplish anything he wants at BYU. Matt says the coaching is the biggest factor for bringing in big-time recruits, between Kalani Sitake and Mark Pope. They guys also discuss BYU's New Year's Six chances.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Release Your Resistance
Basic Principles of Healthy Eating with Dr. Jinan Banna

Release Your Resistance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 32:29


Meet Dr. Jinan Banna, a Registered Dietitian and Associate Professor in the nutrition field at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.   Listen to our conversation to hear:

AirSpace
Even Better Than the Real Thing

AirSpace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 24:16


Have you always wanted to experience what it's like to be an astronaut but without the queasy upshot of actually shooting into space? Then we've got news for you! Only around 550 people have been to outer space (like, ever!).  But many more can and do participate in simulated space missions right here on Earth—and it turns out they're super important. While the mission brief might require a little imagination, these analog astronauts perform real science and research, and sometimes go on to become actual high-flying space travelers. And, as it turns out, these virtual versions really capture the (ahem) atmosphere of living and working on orbit (with slightly different views). One such analog outpost, HI-SEAS, located on Hawai'i, runs simulated space missions to the Moon and Mars to help answer critical questions about what to do and how to do it when we get there. In this episode, we talk to the center's director, Dr. Michaela Musilova, and one of their former analog astronauts who just this September flew her own crazy-cool and crazy-real mission in outer space as part of the Inspiration 4 crew, Dr. Sian Proctor! That's right—we knew her way back when. AirSpace is made possible by the generous support of Olay.

KHON 2GO
NOV. 8: The U.S. Opens Travel to 33 countries; Hawai'i schools are hosting keiki vaccination clinics

KHON 2GO

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 7:27


Listen to your daily news with KHON 2Go podcast, from Monday to Friday, at 8 a.m.

American Prestige
E18 - No White Lotus w/ Sarah Miller-Davenport

American Prestige

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 82:45


Danny and Derek talk about the COP26 climate summit, the Ethiopian civil war, recent developments in Sudan, and Israel's budget drama. They're then joined by Sarah Miller-Davenport, senior lecturer at the University of Sheffield, to discuss the history of Hawai'i, focusing on the United States' long-standing colonial relationship to the territory, its eventual statehood, and its cultural meaning for Americans. Become a patron today! www.patreon.com/americanprestige

CalPsychiatry Presents: Mindstories
How to Effectively and Compassionately Set Boundaries | Justine Ang Fonte, M.Ed, MPH

CalPsychiatry Presents: Mindstories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 38:03


Justine Ang Fonte is a proud Filipina, consultant, and speaker on intersectional health topics on topics such as pornography literacy, consent, gender, and beauty standards. She received her Master's in Education in Teaching from the University of Hawai'i and her Master's in Public Health in Sexuality from Columbia University. On Instagram, she's known as "Your Friendly Ghostwriter" (@_good.byes_) composing those texts you avoid sending about setting boundaries.  Justine Ang Fonte ------ Instagram @ImJustineAF and @_good.byes_ LinkedIn

Dudes Dish Disney
Dudes Dish Destinations Disney's Aulani Resort

Dudes Dish Disney

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 52:30


Aloha, Dudes! This week we're headed to Hawai'i with our good friends Paul and Ashley! Tune in to get an overview of Disney's Aulani Resort and Spa, one of the best Disney resorts in the world! Grab a board and catch the Dudes Dish Disney wave!

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Erika Moritsugu, Deputy Assistant to President Biden: Challenges and Opportunities Facing Asian Americans

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 64:12


Join this important discussion to learn how the White House is forming critical partnerships across sectors to fight anti-Asian hate crimes, moving forward the administration's Build Back Better Agenda to rebuild the economy, and ensuring the advancement of the Asian American/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (AA and NHPI) communities. Attendees will have the opportunity to identify issues the AA/NHPI communities may want to prioritize and ask questions. Erika Moritsugu was appointed in April by President Biden to serve as deputy assistant to the president and AA/NHPI senior liaison. She engages with AA and NHPI communities and leaders on issues such as advancing safety, justice, inclusion, and opportunity through a whole-of-government approach to racial justice. She previously served in the Obama administration as assistant secretary for congressional and intergovernmental relations at the Department of Housing and Urban Development under Secretary Julián Castro and was the first-ever Senate deputy legislative director at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. On Capitol Hill, she served as senior representative of Senator Tammy Duckworth of Illinois. She also worked for Senator Daniel K. Akaka of Hawai‘i and at the Senate Democratic Policy Committee under Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. In the nonprofit sector, Moritsugu managed two teams at the National Partnership for Women & Families for economic justice and congressional relations, advancing workforce and health policies through a gender equity and race equity lens. She also led the Government Relations, Advocacy and Community Engagement team at the Anti-Defamation League. Moritsugu attended Brandeis University, the College of William and Mary, and George Washington University Law School. She will be in conversation with Dion Lim, anchor/reporter for ABC 7 Television News in San Francisco. NOTES In partnership with SFCAUSE (Community Alliance for Unity, Safety & Education) , San Francisco. SPEAKERS Erika Moritsugu Deputy Assistant to the President and Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander White House Senior Liaison In Conversation with Dion Lim Anchor/Reporter, ABC 7 News in San Francisco In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on September 24th, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast
Erika Moritsugu, Deputy Assistant to President Biden: Challenges and Opportunities Facing Asian Americans

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 64:12


Join this important discussion to learn how the White House is forming critical partnerships across sectors to fight anti-Asian hate crimes, moving forward the administration's Build Back Better Agenda to rebuild the economy, and ensuring the advancement of the Asian American/Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (AA and NHPI) communities. Attendees will have the opportunity to identify issues the AA/NHPI communities may want to prioritize and ask questions. Erika Moritsugu was appointed in April by President Biden to serve as deputy assistant to the president and AA/NHPI senior liaison. She engages with AA and NHPI communities and leaders on issues such as advancing safety, justice, inclusion, and opportunity through a whole-of-government approach to racial justice. She previously served in the Obama administration as assistant secretary for congressional and intergovernmental relations at the Department of Housing and Urban Development under Secretary Julián Castro and was the first-ever Senate deputy legislative director at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. On Capitol Hill, she served as senior representative of Senator Tammy Duckworth of Illinois. She also worked for Senator Daniel K. Akaka of Hawai‘i and at the Senate Democratic Policy Committee under Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. In the nonprofit sector, Moritsugu managed two teams at the National Partnership for Women & Families for economic justice and congressional relations, advancing workforce and health policies through a gender equity and race equity lens. She also led the Government Relations, Advocacy and Community Engagement team at the Anti-Defamation League. Moritsugu attended Brandeis University, the College of William and Mary, and George Washington University Law School. She will be in conversation with Dion Lim, anchor/reporter for ABC 7 Television News in San Francisco. NOTES In partnership with SFCAUSE (Community Alliance for Unity, Safety & Education) , San Francisco. SPEAKERS Erika Moritsugu Deputy Assistant to the President and Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander White House Senior Liaison In Conversation with Dion Lim Anchor/Reporter, ABC 7 News in San Francisco In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently hosting all of our live programming via YouTube live stream. This program was recorded via video conference on September 24th, 2021 by the Commonwealth Club of California. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Design Recharge
A Strategy for Your Portfolio Site

Design Recharge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 90:11


Follow Rachel: https://rachelzampino.com https://www.instagram.com/therachelzampino https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGnRxk3I3FjndK8BumgdTKw https://rachelzampino.com/one-page-website-bundle/ Find full episode here: https://rechargingyou.com/a-strategy-for-your-portfolio-site/ Episode 388 When was the last time you updated your portfolio on the web? How do you determine which projects go in your digital portfolio? How often do you update your portfolio? Your website? Rachel Zampino is a web designer, educator, collaborator, and an entrepreneur. She has seen how busy designers and incredible agencies struggle to keep their own website or portfolio site updated. She has a solution. Rachel is going to talk to us about how to put together a web strategy for your business and a plan on keeping it updated on a regular basis. You can always join us for the live taping experience and be part of the community. Come a little early and introduce yourself in the chat, tell us where you are located in the world and say hey!   We start at 7:30pm BST / 2:30pm EDT / 11:30am PDT / 8:30am in Hawai'i on WEDNESDAYS. Follow DESIGN RECHARGE: Our website: www.rechargingyou.com Find full show notes at: https://rechargingyou.com/a-strategy-for-your-portfolio-site/ CAMP 2022... Creatives Ignite 2022 is getting planned as we speak. Get on the list to find out when tickets go on sale and to get access to early content and early bird tickets! Learn more at http://creativesignite.com Connect on Instagram & Twitter: @designrecharge Linked In: LinkedIn.com/company/recharging-you Or email me at diane [at] rechargingyou.com Recharging You helps you by providing training, & coaching. Our mission is to encourage & connect creative entrepreneurs so no one ever feels alone on their entrepreneurial journey. Recharging You is the home for The Design Recharge Show which is an interactive, web show and podcast recorded LIVE with an audience where interviews of designers, illustrators, industry leaders, and business professionals happen weekly. Design Recharge is about Hope, I share stories and tips of how creatives got further in their career / entrepreneurial journey. Join us live each week and become part of the Design Recharge Family, subscribe and get the link to come to the live recording. Sign up at http://www.rechargingyou.com POWERSTATION Mastermind Group: At Recharging You, we know that you want to be a focused, confident entrepreneur with clear direction. In order to do that, you need to get out of your head and learn from other creative entrepreneurs. The problem is you're a solopreneur with limited knowledge and experience on what your next steps need to be which makes you feel uncertain and alone. I believe every entrepreneur should be supported, challenged, and encouraged as they grow their business. I understand how overwhelming and demanding building a creative business can be because I have been growing my business for 19 years. Join the Wait list and be first to find out when the next season opens. So you can stop being stuck and doubting your value and your decisions and instead start seeing growth in your mindset and in your business. www.rechargingyou.com/coaching/powerstation-learn-more Leave a Review & Share with Your Friends One of the best ways to support the channel and podcast is to leave a review on iTunes or Google Play or where ever you get your podcasts. Subscribe to the channel, leave a comment on an episode that you watch and of course share it with your friends. ELEMENTOR: http://bit.ly/DRelementor ENVATO: http://bit.ly/envatoDR TIMELY: http://bit.ly/drtimely 10% off your subscription AUDIBLE: http://www.audibletrial.com/DesignRecharge 1 free audio book SKILLSHARE: http://bit.ly/dianegibbs 2 months free premium membership Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are 'affiliate links.' This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission.

The Weekly Review
185: Dune Was Not On My To-Do List

The Weekly Review

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021


This week, James comes to us from Hawai’i, where he is mostly on vacation. His weekly to-do was “play ukulele,” which (spoiler alert) he managed to accomplish. We chat about how we manage mixing work with vacation. Jean is still having trouble placing one phone call, and would have been happy to talk about Dune all episode long, if only James had also seen it.

Club Book
Club Book Episode 131 Kawai Strong Washburn

Club Book

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 61:24


Chart-topping novelist Kawai Strong Washburn lives in Minnesota but hails proudly from the Big Island of Hawai'i. His upbringing on the magical Hāmākua Coast inspires and infuses his first fiction […]

The Nomad Capitalist Audio Experience
The Best Beaches to Live On In 2021

The Nomad Capitalist Audio Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 8:36


We've recently published our Nomad Beach Index 2021, where we rank the best beach locations in the world based on factors that matter to high-net-worth individuals. In this video, Andrew discusses factors that are essential in choosing the best beach destination and shares the top 10 beaches in 2021 from this year's index. 00:00 Start 0:59 Hawai 2:17 Cayman Islands 3:04 Antigua and Barbuda 3:42 The Bahamas 4:08 St. Kitts and Nevis 4:46 Budva, Montenegro 5:33 Algarve, Portugal 6:08 Vanuatu 6:51 Crete, Greece 7:18 Mykonos, Greece 7:30 Cozumel, Mexico https://nomadcapitalist.com/nomad-bea... Andrew Henderson and the Nomad Capitalist team are the world's most sought-after experts on legal offshore tax strategies, investment immigration, and global citizenship. We work exclusively with seven- and eight-figure entrepreneurs and investors who want to "go where they're treated best". Work with Andrew: https://nomadcapitalist.com/apply/ Andrew has started offshore companies, opened dozens of offshore bank accounts, obtained multiple second passports, and purchased real estate on four continents. He has spent the last 12 years studying and personally implementing the Nomad Capitalist lifestyle. Our growing team of researchers, strategies, and implementers add to our ever-growing knowledge base of the best options available. In addition, we've spent years studying the behavior of hundreds of clients in order to help people get the results they want faster and with less effort. About Andrew: https://nomadcapitalist.com/about/ Our Website: http://www.nomadcapitalist.com Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nomadcapitalist Buy Andrew's Book: https://amzn.to/2QKQqR0 DISCLAIMER: The information in this video should not be considered tax, financial, investment, or any kind of professional advice. Only a professional diagnosis of your specific situation can determine which strategies are appropriate for your needs. Nomad Capitalist can and does not provide advice unless/until engaged by you.

ESPN Honolulu
EP 9: Hawai'i Football Now

ESPN Honolulu

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 44:37


Jordan Helle and Hunter Hughes recap the Rainbow Warriors' victory in game 2 between Hawaii and New Mexico State 48-34, and it was also a night which honored Colt Brennan and a night where the number 15 was retired. The guys also preview Hawaii's next matchup at Utah State and what the Rainbow Warriors need to do to see a bowl game.

Starving for Darkness
Episode 28: The Weird Eyes Of Animals with Megan Porter PhD

Starving for Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 61:41


Megan Porter PhD is an Associate Professor in the School of Life Sciences at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.  Her research program is focused on understanding the evolution of animal eye diversity, particularly from a molecular perspective. In this episode, Megan tells us about the vastly different vision perceptions that animals have from humans and the massive impact light pollution has on their vision. Wait till you hear about the Mantis Shrimp. 

Get A Grip On Lighting Podcast
Episode 269: Starving for Darkness #28 - The Weird Eyes Of Animals

Get A Grip On Lighting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 61:41


Megan Porter PhD is an Associate Professor in the School of Life Sciences at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.  Her research program is focused on understanding the evolution of animal eye diversity, particularly from a molecular perspective. In this episode, Megan tells us about the vastly different vision perceptions that animals have from humans and the massive impact light pollution has on their vision. Wait till you hear about the Mantis Shrimp.

Comics for Fun and Profit
Episode 680: Episode 680 - Thanks to Our Patrons Jason Interviews Jon J Murakami, Comic Artist

Comics for Fun and Profit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 95:30


Thanks to Our Patrons Jason Interviews Jon J Murakami @jonjmurakami, Comic ArtistJon was born and raised in Hawaii.  He graduated from the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa with a bachelor's degree in fine arts. His regular comic strips include Calabash with the Honolulu Star-Advertiser newspaper and Generation Gap with the Hawaii Herald.  Additionally Jon has illustrated several Hawaiian children's picture and board books and self-publishes the comic books, Gordon Rider and The Ara-Rangers. Jon J. Murakami Big Cartel website: https://jonjmurakami.bigcartel.com/category/comics Support Our Patreon to Win Prizes and Unlock More C4FaP Bonus Content https://www.patreon.com/comicsfunprofit Shop Kowabunga's Exclusive Variants https://shopkowabunga.com/shop/ Donations Keep Our Show Going, Please Give https://bit.ly/36s7YeL Get on the Kowabunga (Deep Discount Comics) FOC and Preorder list http://eepurl.com/dy2Z8D Email us at: Comicsforfunandprofit@gmail.com - questions, comments, gripes, we can't wait to hear what you have to say. Follow us on twitter.com/ComicsFunProfit & instagram.com/comicsforfunandprofit Like us on Facebook.com/ComicsForFunAndProfit Subscribe, rate, review on itunes, Spotify, Stitcher. Thank you so much for listening and spreading the word about our little comic book podcast. https://comcsforfunandprofit.podomatic.com/ - Pop Star Assassin (@allhailbehemoth) & Swamp Dogs (@ScoutComics) - Support Our Patreon to Win Prizes and Unlock More C4FaP Bonus Content https://www.patreon.com/comicsfunprofit Shop Kowabunga's Exclusive Variants https://shopkowabunga.com/shop/ Donations Keep Our Show Going, Please Give https://bit.ly/36s7YeL Get on the Kowabunga (Deep Discount Comics) FOC and Preorder list http://eepurl.com/dy2Z8D Email us at: Comicsforfunandprofit@gmail.com - questions, comments, gripes, we can't wait to hear what you have to say. Follow us on twitter.com/ComicsFunProfit & instagram.com/comicsforfunandprofit Like us on Facebook.com/ComicsForFunAndProfit Subscribe, rate, review on itunes, Spotify, Stitcher. Thank you so much for listening and spreading the word about our little comic book podcast. https://comcsforfunandprofit.podomatic.com/

Thrive Bites
S4 Ep 15 - 100th Episode - Breaking Down Barriers with Gina Su

Thrive Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 53:55


Wow, it's FINALLY HERE! We couldn't have imagined this since its inception in May 2019. This podcast is all about breaking down barriers and I am joined by Ms. Gina who is a film actress and indie film producer and we chat all about barriers she had to break down with acting, Asian stereotypes, and veganism just to name a few. You don't want to miss this! Gina Su is a film actress and indie film producer. Her mission is to tell stories that move an audience and create a positive impact on the world. Her past credits include Camille on the "Bold and the Beautiful'' (CBS), series regular dubbing for ''The Stranded" (Netflix), and various lead roles in short films like "Transpo" and "Santa Con: The War on Christmas." Gina wrote, produced, and acted in "Blue" which won for "Best Drama Short" at Hollywood Just 4 Shorts. Previously, Gina was a certified life coach with her own private practice. She believes in the power of the mind and science-backed positive thinking. In 2016 she was crowned Miss Asian Global at the international pageant held in the historic Herbst Theater in San Francisco. A proud new vegan, Gina lives in LA with her vegan fiance Jeff and travels regularly to their chosen home of Kauai, Hawai'i. Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/4FAo5PqPpWI --- https://www.ginasu.com/ https://www.facebook.com/MissGinaSu/ https://www.instagram.com/missginasu/ https://www.youtube.com/c/GinaSu -- ***This episode was previously LIVE, so giveaways, comments, and questions cannot be entertained at this time. Find the other YouTube episodes here: https://bit.ly/TheChefDocYT Follow us every Wednesday for a new LIVE Q&A Episode at 5 pm PST. --- Listen to other Thrive Bites Episodes here: https://www.thethr5formula.co/podcast Join our NEW THR5 FB Community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theth... --- *This episode is sponsored by The THR5 Formula™ Virtual Summit Experience at https://www.thethr5formula.co/ _________________ *Interview views are opinions of the individual. This podcast is not a source of medical or dental advice* Copyright © 2021 by TheChefDoc, LLC All text, graphics, audio files, Java applets and scripts, downloadable software, and other works on this website are the copyrighted works of TheChefDoc, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Any unauthorized redistribution or reproduction of any copyrighted materials on this website is strictly prohibited.

F***ing Shakespeare
AWP21 Episode—Craig Santos Perez (Day 3, Episode 2)

F***ing Shakespeare

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 20:28


Craig Santos Perez is a native Chamoru from the Pacific Island of Guam. He is the co-founder of Ala Press, and the author of three collections of poetry, most recently, Habitat Threshold. He's the recipient of many prizes, including the 2011 PEN Center USA Literary Award. An assistant professor of English at the University of Hawai'i, Manoa, Santos Perez teaches Pacific literature and directs the Creative Writing program there. Also, shout-out to his gorgeous blog.In this episode, we chat with Craig about his most recent poetry collection, published at the very beginning of the pandemic, which has as its core climate activism and anxieties about the future of the planet his daughters are inheriting. Perez gives his readers great insight into the connection between humans and their environments. In this collection, Perez uses what he coined as ‘recycled form'—taking the form of older poems and inserting his own content into it. Perez's Works:HachaSainaGuma'LukaoUndercurrent by Craig Santos Perez and Brandy Nālani McDougallCrosscurrentHonorable Mentions:Pablo Neruda's Sonnet 17Wallace Stevens's 13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird William Carlos Williams's This Is Just To Say

Cloth Diaper Podcast
Kaleimama Hawai‘i with Pōhai

Cloth Diaper Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 30:48


Sharing with you one of the NEWEST cloth diaper brands to launch this month! Pōhai is the mama and owner behind Kaleimama, a small 'Ohana-owned business based in Honolulu Hawai'i. Kaleimama is one of the first Indigenous-owned cloth diaper brands to launch into this community, and I've got the exclusive details. Shop: https://kaleimamo.com Unboxing on Instagram: https//www.instagram.com/clothdiaperpodcast

Me & Paranormal You
Experience 359 - Gilbert Lawand, Aliens & Would They Even Care

Me & Paranormal You

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 75:20


Gilbert Lawand is back, baby! Love sitting down with my buddy and fellow comedian Gilbert as we get ready to do some road dates together. We talk about aliens and if they are here would it even matter what their intentions were - chances are highly likely that they wouldn't. We also get an update on the photo from Hawai'i as a listener and patron helps bring some clarity - I'll do more on this later. We film on Saturday night Oct 23rd at 730pm at The Poasttown Elementary School in Middletown, Ohio - get your tix at www.ryansingercomedy.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/meandparanormalyou/message

New Books in History
Thongchai Winichakul, "Moments of Silence: The Unforgetting of the October 6, 1976, Massacre in Bangkok" (U Hawaii Press, 2020)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 59:11


The massacre of student protestors at Thammasat University on 6 October 1976 is one of the most infamous incidents in modern Thai political history. It is also among the most problematic for historians, who have struggled with the silences and ambiguities enveloping events of that day, not to mention survivors and families of the victims, who have had to carry on with their lives or grieve for lost loved ones without acknowledgement of what happened back then, let alone why it happened. Now a remarkable new book, by one who has thought and felt about October 6 as both an historian and a survivor, comes to terms with the massacre and with the “unforgetting” that followed it. The book is Moments of Silence: The Unforgetting of the October 6, 1976 Massacre in Bangkok (University of Hawai'i Press, 2020). Its author, Thongchai Winichakul, joins New Books in Southeast Asian Studies for a very special episode on the power of neither remembering nor forgetting. Thai-language readers can visit the Documentation of October 6 website to browse the online archive on the massacre mentioned in the interview. Like this interview? If so you might also be interested in: Duncan McCargo, Fighting for Virtue: Justice and Politics in Thailand Tyrell Haberkorn, In Plain Sight: Impunity and Human Rights in Thailand Nick Cheesman is a Fellow in the Department of Political & Social Change, Australian National University. He hosts the New Books in Interpretive Political & Social Science series and is an occasional contributor to the New Books in Southeast Asian Studies channel and on the New Books Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Thongchai Winichakul, "Moments of Silence: The Unforgetting of the October 6, 1976, Massacre in Bangkok" (U Hawaii Press, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 59:11


The massacre of student protestors at Thammasat University on 6 October 1976 is one of the most infamous incidents in modern Thai political history. It is also among the most problematic for historians, who have struggled with the silences and ambiguities enveloping events of that day, not to mention survivors and families of the victims, who have had to carry on with their lives or grieve for lost loved ones without acknowledgement of what happened back then, let alone why it happened. Now a remarkable new book, by one who has thought and felt about October 6 as both an historian and a survivor, comes to terms with the massacre and with the “unforgetting” that followed it. The book is Moments of Silence: The Unforgetting of the October 6, 1976 Massacre in Bangkok (University of Hawai'i Press, 2020). Its author, Thongchai Winichakul, joins New Books in Southeast Asian Studies for a very special episode on the power of neither remembering nor forgetting. Thai-language readers can visit the Documentation of October 6 website to browse the online archive on the massacre mentioned in the interview. Like this interview? If so you might also be interested in: Duncan McCargo, Fighting for Virtue: Justice and Politics in Thailand Tyrell Haberkorn, In Plain Sight: Impunity and Human Rights in Thailand Nick Cheesman is a Fellow in the Department of Political & Social Change, Australian National University. He hosts the New Books in Interpretive Political & Social Science series and is an occasional contributor to the New Books in Southeast Asian Studies channel and on the New Books Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies
Thongchai Winichakul, "Moments of Silence: The Unforgetting of the October 6, 1976, Massacre in Bangkok" (U Hawaii Press, 2020)

New Books in Southeast Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 59:11


The massacre of student protestors at Thammasat University on 6 October 1976 is one of the most infamous incidents in modern Thai political history. It is also among the most problematic for historians, who have struggled with the silences and ambiguities enveloping events of that day, not to mention survivors and families of the victims, who have had to carry on with their lives or grieve for lost loved ones without acknowledgement of what happened back then, let alone why it happened. Now a remarkable new book, by one who has thought and felt about October 6 as both an historian and a survivor, comes to terms with the massacre and with the “unforgetting” that followed it. The book is Moments of Silence: The Unforgetting of the October 6, 1976 Massacre in Bangkok (University of Hawai'i Press, 2020). Its author, Thongchai Winichakul, joins New Books in Southeast Asian Studies for a very special episode on the power of neither remembering nor forgetting. Thai-language readers can visit the Documentation of October 6 website to browse the online archive on the massacre mentioned in the interview. Like this interview? If so you might also be interested in: Duncan McCargo, Fighting for Virtue: Justice and Politics in Thailand Tyrell Haberkorn, In Plain Sight: Impunity and Human Rights in Thailand Nick Cheesman is a Fellow in the Department of Political & Social Change, Australian National University. He hosts the New Books in Interpretive Political & Social Science series and is an occasional contributor to the New Books in Southeast Asian Studies channel and on the New Books Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/southeast-asian-studies

Poetry Unbound
No'u Revilla — Smoke Screen

Poetry Unbound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 18:01


The life of a sugar worker is the center of this poem: a worker whose body and person bear the imprint of that industry, with its demands and smoke and exhaustion. The worker in question is the poet's father, and No'u Revilla brings us into a consideration of how he takes pride in work that depleted him, how he needed to find ways to recover from work that exhausted him, how in his body he carries the story of Hawaii and its indigenous people.No‘u Revilla (she/her) is an ʻŌiwi (Native Hawaiian) queer poet and educator. Born and raised with the Līlīlehua rain of Waiʻehu on the island of Maui, she currently lives and loves with the Līlīlehua rain of Pālolo in the ahupuaʻa of Waikīkī on Oʻahu. She has performed and facilitated workshops throughout the pae ʻāina of Hawaiʻi as well as in Papua New Guinea, Canada, and the United Nations. She is an assistant professor of creative writing at the University of Hawaiʻi-Mānoa and is proud to have taught poetry at Puʻuhuluhulu University in the summer 2019 as she stood with her lāhui to protect Maunakea. A winner of the 2021 National Poetry Series, her debut poetry book will be published by Milkweed Editions in 2022.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.

Poetry Unbound
BONUS: A Conversation with No'u Revilla

Poetry Unbound

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 33:51


While preparing for this week's episode of Poetry Unbound, host Pádraig Ó Tuama began an email correspondence with the poet, No‘u Revilla. The exchange was so rich that Pádraig asked No‘u to join him in conversation. Together they talk about poetry, queerness and how Hawaiian language, culture, and history show up in her poetry.No‘u Revilla (she/her) is an ʻŌiwi (Native Hawaiian) queer poet and educator. Born and raised with the Līlīlehua rain of Waiʻehu on the island of Maui, she currently lives and loves with the Līlīlehua rain of Pālolo in the ahupuaʻa of Waikīkī on Oʻahu. She has performed and facilitated workshops throughout the pae ʻāina of Hawaiʻi as well as in Papua New Guinea, Canada, and the United Nations. She is an assistant professor of creative writing at the University of Hawaiʻi-Mānoa and is proud to have taught poetry at Puʻuhuluhulu University in the summer 2019 as she stood with her lāhui to protect Maunakea. A winner of the 2021 National Poetry Series, her debut poetry book will be published by Milkweed Editions in 2022.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.

Faith And Capital
83 | The Sex and Porn Industry: Comparing conservative, liberal, and communist analyses

Faith And Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 111:40


Brigid Ó Coileáin (@ComradeBrigid), co-host of the Probably Cancelled Podcast, joins me to analyze the sex and porn industry through the lens of three different ideologies: Conservativism, Liberalism/"RadicalLiberalism," and Communism or Materialism.Timeline:0:08:00 — conservative line0:40:20 — liberal and RadLib line1:13:20 — communist lineKhara Tapay Jabola-Carolus's (@DecolonizeFeminism) recommended reading list on the sex trade:1. A Socialist, Feminist and Transgender Analysis of "Sex Work" by Esperanza Fonseca2. The Problem with the Phrase "Sex Work is Work" by Esperanza Fonseca3. Colonizing the Body by Ninotchka Rosca4. The Creation of Patriarchy by Gerda Lerner5. Fuck Work by AF3IRM Hawai'i6. The History of Human Trafficking in Hawai'i by Adam Keawe Manalo-Camp7. The Failure of the "New Zealand Model" According to Mãori Women by Jade Kake & Fern Eyles8. White Sexual Imperialism by Sunny Woan9. Ain't I a Human by Kenzie on AF3IRM Hawai'i Medium10. The Nordic Model Needs to Be Toppled by AF3IRM Hawai'i11. Shattered Hearts: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of American Indian Women & Girls in Minnesota by MIWRCSupport the show: patreon.com/faithandcapitalOr leave a one time contribution at with PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/faithandcapitalLeave an iTunes rating and review.Faith and Capital is on instagram, twitter, and facebook.Email me: faithandcapital@gmail.comMusic by D.C.R. PollockSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/faithandcapital)

Practice Disrupted with Evelyn Lee and Je'Nen Chastain

Episode 055: Architecture, And: MBAWhat is the value of an MBA paired with an education in architecture? This week's episode is a group discussion between our co-hosts and two fellow MBAs in the profession. Each participant has a foundation in architecture education and training, and is at a different stage in the process of pursuing an MBA. Three of our guests are licensed architects, with the last guest through IDP. Together they'll demystify the MBA and discuss how they pursued and use their business education in their careers. Learn from these personal experiences to better understand what they've gained, what they wish they knew, and their recommendations to others who are considering going to school for business. We also discuss how architects can leverage the talents of someone with an MBA to improve their business operations and performance. Guests: Korey White is driven by her zest for the built environment, bringing open-mindedness and creativity to her role as an architect and urban planner. She applies her dual master's degrees in architecture and urban and regional planning to an interdisciplinary approach that creates impactful outcomes for her clients and the community. Korey currently works for https://www.dlrgroup.com/ (DLR Group) in the Chicago office, focused primarily on educational facility master planning for K-12 school districts.  Korey is recognized for her leadership within architecture by her recent election to the AIA Strategic Council as 2022 Moderator-elect and has been awarded the AIA Young Architects Award, the BD+C 40 under 40 and the AIA Colorado Leadership Award. She is currently enrolled at the https://onlinemba.illinois.edu/ (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the iMBA program). She is a http://www.fortefoundation.org/ (Forte Fellow) and will graduate with her MBA in Fall 2022. Keith Kato is an architect and MBA based in Honolulu, Hawai'i. He's worked on a variety of project types including small & large custom homes, K-12, and higher education. Keith is interested in how business innovations can expand the market for architecture and how our communities can grow stronger by unleashing hidden potential. While in school, he was fortunate to participate and then lead the AIAS club Freedom by Design that delivered projects that served seniors and houseless individuals. Keith is currently participating in the great resignation and exploring possibilities aligned with his values. Show Links:

Get A Grip On Lighting Podcast
Episode 264: Starving for Darkness #26 - The Secret World Beneath The Ocean

Get A Grip On Lighting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 67:23


Dr. Micah Brodsky is a wildlife veterinarian who focuses on marine animal medicine, research, and conservation and is the Director of Conservation Medicine at Hawaiʻi Marine Animal Response and a lecturer at the University of Hawaiʻi. Dr. Brodsky tells us about the dire consequences of light pollution on Wedgetail Shearwater birds, sea turtles and Monk Seals, to name a few, in Hawai'i.  As he says, it's not Disney out there!

Broken Boxes Podcast
Bonus episode: Ku'e - Who I am/ What I stand for - CCA series launch for Radio Coyote

Broken Boxes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021


This is a special Bonus Episode, presented as a poem stitched together with music and memory, story and reflection. I am a sound artist and this is how I feel most comfortable to share a bit of my own story, who I am on this planet, how I maintain community, connection to land and assert ally-ship to the various communities who I love and who love me. This episode was the first broadcast to open a series of 18 episodes presented by Broken Boxes for Radio Coyote and aired March, 2021. You can hear the full series archive at Radiocoyote.org. Ku`e loosely translates from Hawaiian language to mean, “To Oppose, Resist: Stand Different”. My life I have always been different, it used to feel like a point of trauma, not belonging, but now as I grow older, I feel like this understanding of relationship to self and land is what makes me so strong. I am proud of who I am and where I come from. This broadcast is the memory of home. The land I was born in/with/for and the people and locations and songs that informed my being on the planet. In the middle of the pacific ocean, the water and the land of Hana on the island of Maui, Hawai'i. This broadcast is my memory of that place, it is a vulnerable love story. Kumu Kama, a teacher of mine from my youth used to say “You have to honor the land, songs and dance of where you are from in order to honor the that of others you may want to support and be in community with.” Thank you to my family and friends for sharing your memories of home transmitted here in a mixtape format to set up this series. Music featured in this episode: Artist: Olomana  Song: Ku'u Home O Kahalu'u  Artist: Hapa Song: Lei Pikake Artist: Paula Fuga Song: Loloiwi Audio recording from the late Kanaka Maoli activist Haunani Kay Trask. This excerpt is from a speech Trask gave On the 100th anniversary of the illegal overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom, in 1993, where Trask famously spoke in front of Iolani Palace. Artist: Composed by Hinaleimoana Wong Song: Kū Haʻaheo E Kuʻu Hawaiʻi Thank you to my dad, my hanai sister Pamakani Pico and my dear friends Christy Werner and Angelica Belmont who contributed to this episode by sharing stories from home!

Not A Mama Yet
EP35 Dr. Kristin Pauker: Social and Developmental Psychology research in children

Not A Mama Yet

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 49:10


Today on the podcast, I am speaking with Dr. Kristin Pauker. She is originally born and raised in Hawaiʻi and became fascinated with exploring how a person's immediate environment and culturally-shaped theories about race impact basic social perception, social interactions, and stereotyping in childhood and throughout development. She loves to discover new ideas through her novel research studies and applying those insights toward creating interventions to mitigate stereotyping, interpersonal friction, or persistently biased social perception. Her research examines how motivations, social context, and individuals' lay theories impact social perception and their resultant consequences for intergroup relations. Spanning both Social and Developmental Psychology, her research has been featured in journals including Science, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, and Developmental Psychology. She was also my Psychology professor at the University of San Francisco and I actually assisted her on some of her research at the time, which we touched on in our conversation. In this episode, we discuss the danger of color blindness, an interesting preschool activity that would definitely test any parent during an important teaching moment, a few of Dr. Pauker's recent studies and the interesting findings that teach us more about the ways children think and perceive, and some moments she has had as a mom talking to her son about race and appearance. Enjoy! Dr. Pauker on the University of Hawai'i Mānoa's website Dr. Pauker's research --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/notamamayet/support

HaveAlohaWillTravel
Have Aloha Will Travel EP68: Halemaʻumaʻu Crater Eruption News with Jessica Ferracane

HaveAlohaWillTravel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 30:25


This week on the Have Aloha Will Travel podcast, editors Catherine Toth Fox and Kevin Allen are joined by Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park public affairs specialist Jessica Ferracane to talk about the recent eruptions at Halemauʻmaʻu Crater.

American Shoreline Podcast Network
Exploring the Artists of Hawai‘i Now exhibition at the Honolulu Museum of Art | Sea Change

American Shoreline Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 65:55


NOAA recently announced that summer 2021 was the hottest on record. During this episode, Jenna is joined by Taylour Chang and Nā‘ālehu Anthony to explore the visually dynamic and spiritually arresting, Artists of Hawai‘i Now exhibition at the Honolulu Museum of Art, featuring bold, boundary-pushing works from 18 artists. This exhibition couldn't be timelier. It provides an urgent and necessary call to act on topics that are challenging our world—Indigenous rights, the environment, and a range of social concerns.

Welcome to the Revolution
Episode 73 SOTX - Discussion with Renee Manfredi

Welcome to the Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 44:41


Join us the week as we sit down with Renee Manfredi who is a Sargent Shriver International Global Messenger!! Renee recently moved to Texas from Hawai'i and has been a Special Olympics Athlete for over 10 years. Hear Renee's story and all about the exciting events and speaking engagements she has been a part of over the years!!

THIS IS REVOLUTION >podcast
THIS IS REVOLUTION>podcast Ep. 191: Education and Empire in Hawaii w/ Dr. Michelle Morgan

THIS IS REVOLUTION >podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 151:38


In 1893, an American backed coup d'état overthrew the royal government of Hawai'i, setting the stage for the archipelago's annexation by the United States five years later. On 7th July 1898, President McKinley signed the Newlands Resolution annexing the islands and creating a new US territory in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.  This example of naked imperial aggression set the stage for the economic and political transformation of Hawai'i. The American naval presence was greatly expanded as too was the plantation-based economy. However, Americanization was also felt in the cultural sphere, through the transformation of the education system. How did American rule change the Hawaiian education system? What were the objectives of this transformation? And how did this affect the people of the islands? Dr. Michelle Morgan Michelle Morgan is an associate professor and coordinator of the BSED-history program at Missouri State University.  She completed her PhD in American History with a minor in Educational Policy Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her teaching and research focus on the history of American education, the American West, and American empire. Her work explores the roles schools have played in competing definitions of “American” in newly acquired territories, emphasizing the participation of teachers as cultural agents and the ways in which gender and identity shape teachers' roles in classrooms and communities.    Thank you, guys, again for taking the time to check this out. We appreciate each and every one of you. If you have the means, and you feel so inclined, BECOME A PATRON! We're creating patron only programing, you'll get bonus content from many of the episodes, and you get MERCH!   Become a patron now https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents?   Please also like, subscribe, and follow us on these platforms as well, (specially YouTube!)   THANKS Y'ALL   YouTube: www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast   Twitch: www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/   Twitter: @TIRShowOakland Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland   The Dispatch on Zero Books (video essay series): https://youtu.be/nSTpCvIoRgw   Medium: https://jasonmyles.medium.com/i-was-a-teenage-anarchist...   Pascal Robert's Black Agenda Report: https://www.blackagendareport.com/author/PascalRobert   Get THIS IS REVOLUTION Merch here: www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com   Get the music from the show here: https://bitterlakeoakland.bandcamp.com/.../coronavirus...

New Books in East Asian Studies
Orion Klautau and Hans Martin Krämer, "Buddhism and Modernity: Sources from Nineteenth-Century Japan" (U Hawaii Press, 2021)

New Books in East Asian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 67:21


Buddhism and Modernity: Sources from Nineteenth-Century Japan (University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2021) is a welcome new collection of twenty sources on modern Japanese Buddhism, translated and with introductions. The editors (Hans Martin Krämer and Orion Klautau) and translators have curated a diverse array of materials focusing on the struggles of Japanese Buddhism to come to terms with, accommodate to, and find its way in modernity from the mid-nineteenth century into the early decades of the twentieth. The book is helpfully divided into five thematic sections: Sectarian Reform, the Nation, Science and Philosophy, Social Reform, and Japan and Asia. Each contains works by important and influential Buddhist thinkers, such as Inoue Enryō, Shimaji Mokurai, and Shaku Sōen.  Overall, Buddhism and Modernity sketches out a picture of Japanese Buddhism negotiating a new sense of nation, “religion,” empire, Asia, and the “proper” shape of society in a period in which Japan's Buddhist traditions were facing novel and complex internal and external challenges. This book will be of interest to scholars of religion and Japan, of course, but the translators' introductions to each selection and the length of those selections make it suitable for classroom use as well. The selections we will be discussing today were (in order) translated by Hoshino Seiji, Kaneyama Mitsuhiro and Nathaniel Gallant, Ryan Ward, Iwata Mami and Stephan Kigensan Licha, and Michael Mohr. Nathan Hopson is an associate professor of Japanese and East Asian history in the Graduate School of Humanities, Nagoya University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/east-asian-studies

New Books Network
Orion Klautau and Hans Martin Krämer, "Buddhism and Modernity: Sources from Nineteenth-Century Japan" (U Hawaii Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 67:21


Buddhism and Modernity: Sources from Nineteenth-Century Japan (University of Hawaiʻi Press, 2021) is a welcome new collection of twenty sources on modern Japanese Buddhism, translated and with introductions. The editors (Hans Martin Krämer and Orion Klautau) and translators have curated a diverse array of materials focusing on the struggles of Japanese Buddhism to come to terms with, accommodate to, and find its way in modernity from the mid-nineteenth century into the early decades of the twentieth. The book is helpfully divided into five thematic sections: Sectarian Reform, the Nation, Science and Philosophy, Social Reform, and Japan and Asia. Each contains works by important and influential Buddhist thinkers, such as Inoue Enryō, Shimaji Mokurai, and Shaku Sōen.  Overall, Buddhism and Modernity sketches out a picture of Japanese Buddhism negotiating a new sense of nation, “religion,” empire, Asia, and the “proper” shape of society in a period in which Japan's Buddhist traditions were facing novel and complex internal and external challenges. This book will be of interest to scholars of religion and Japan, of course, but the translators' introductions to each selection and the length of those selections make it suitable for classroom use as well. The selections we will be discussing today were (in order) translated by Hoshino Seiji, Kaneyama Mitsuhiro and Nathaniel Gallant, Ryan Ward, Iwata Mami and Stephan Kigensan Licha, and Michael Mohr. Nathan Hopson is an associate professor of Japanese and East Asian history in the Graduate School of Humanities, Nagoya University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Doing It! with Hannah Witton
Porn Literacy and Dealing with Conservative Backlash as a Sex Educator with Justine Ang Fonte

Doing It! with Hannah Witton

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 50:39


In this episode, Hannah is joined by Justine Ang Fonte, who is an intersectional sex educator. Justine talks about the recent backlash she experienced from conservative parents and the media about her sex education classes. She and Hannah talk about porn literacy, and how to talk about porn with young people. They also talk about the present state of lots of mainstream porn being incredibly misogynistic and racialized, healthy relationships and embracing awkwardness and vulnerability, and Justine shares some of her favourite TV shows that depict more realistic sex and relationships!MORE ABOUT JUSTINE ANG FONTEJustine Ang Fonte is a proud Filipina, health education consultant, and speaker on intersectional sexuality topics for for institutions across the United States on topics such as pornography literacy, consent, gender, and beauty standards. She received her Master's in Education in Teaching from the University of Hawai'i and her Master's in Public Health in Sexuality from Columbia University. You can learn more about her career on her website (justinefonte.com) or follow her at @ImJustineAF and @_good.byes_- Twitter: https://twitter.com/ImJustineAF- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/imjustineaf/

The Smart Passive Income Online Business and Blogging Podcast
SPI 512: Planning for the Future and Finding the Right Help

The Smart Passive Income Online Business and Blogging Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 15:38


#512 This past week I interviewed Joe Sanok from Practice of the Practice, who is the author of a new book called Thursday is the New Friday. My chat with Joe really got me thinking, "Who created the five-day week anyway, and why is it like that?" I think we've all been burnt out by working five days a week, and feeling like the weekend isn't quite long enough. What if we had an extra day? How cool would that be? Now, today's episode is actually going to take a bit of a different angle! But it's one that was sparked by the episode with Joe. That's because in thinking about a four-day workweek, I started to wonder: “Okay, four days a week. I could spend the other three days fishing on a boat with my kids, my family, building memories that will last forever. What would it take to make that happen?" So that's what I want to talk about today: how to start making your goals and dreams of the next phase (or next-next phase) of your life a little more possible. Maybe like me your dream is owning a boat, or having a coffee farm in Hawai'i—or probably it's something entirely different. I'm going to share some personal stories that illustrate how to start finding your path to making those dreams come true—or at least figure out if they make sense. Spoiler alert: it means putting yourself out there, and finding the people who can start to point you in the right direction. Now, if fate puts those people in front of you, awesome. But if not, you need to go find them. You need to put yourself out there, and yes, it's going to get uncomfortable. It's going to put you out of your comfort zone, but that's where all the most amazing things happen, right? Show notes and more at SmartPassiveIncome.com/session512.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Bon Appétit Foodcast
What does it mean to be a Hawaiian chef?

Bon Appétit Foodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 35:09


Thanks to both outside influences and native resources, Hawaiian cuisine is incredibly diverse for such a small geographic space. But when you're Hawai'i's most well-known chef, everyone expects you to define it. Since beginning his career at a plate lunch restaurant, Sheldon Simeon has been an acclaimed restaurateur, a Top Chef contestant, and (most recently) a cookbook writer. He lives, breathes, and cooks Hawai'i, and this week on the show he's here to talk about what it means to be a Hawaiian chef. He and Amanda talk about growing up on the islands, his run on Top Chef, and the crossroads he found himself at when it was over. And to spark your travel appetite, he recommends his top food spots on Maui, where he lives now. Restaurants editor Elyse Inamine—who profiled Simeon for our website—pops in along the way to rep for an often-misunderstood Hawaiian ingredient: Spam. Stuff we talk about in this episode: - Sheldon Simeon's Guide to Maui - Elyse Inamine's Profile on Sheldon Simeon - Cook Real Hawai'i: A Cookbook by Sheldon Simeon with Garrett Snyder - Oki's Seafood Corner Instagram  - Papa'aina Maui Restaurant Website - Ululani's Hawaiian Shave Ice Website  - MonkeyPod Kitchen Website  - Star Noodle Website - Noreetuh Website  - Elyse Inamine on How to Make Spam Musubi - Spam musubi press  - Tin Roof Website  - Lineage Website *(When you buy something through our links, we earn an affiliate commission.) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

layovers ✈︎ air travel and commercial aviation
111 LIH - Touring the US in the pandemic-ish era, the MAX is back, the recovery not yet

layovers ✈︎ air travel and commercial aviation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 101:30


Alex tours the US, from Denver to San Francisco to Hawai, and gets to experience his first 737MAX, and the Great Pacific (lyrically). We discuss the state of travel in this weird era, not yet post-Covid, still pandemic-ish but not yet endemic, a weird middle where international flying is depressed, but with clearer skies ahead for some.We're back (again!),  still in a live format, thanks everyone for your kind comments since our last recording, you're the BEST!

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz
How to Love Your Body + Dating Advice ft. Ava Jules

Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 51:38


The girls are joined this week by Ava Jules! They dive into it all, including how Justin Bieber influenced the launch of her YouTube career, talk all about body positivity, the pros and cons of living in Hawai'i vs, LA, and so much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices