Hawai'i '78: Where We Went and Where We Go From HereMay 10, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Halau o Haumea, Kamakakuokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies
The 1978 constitutional convention had a profound impact on HawaiÊ»i. As we consider a 2018 vote on a new constitutional convention, John WaiheÊ»e III (delegate and governor) is leading a series of critical dialogues on the past and future impacts of HawaiÊ»iâ€™s 1978 constitutional convention, bringing together delegates, scholars and community leaders. This dialogue focuses on how the 1978 constitution explores the connections between the con-con and the movement toward restoration of self-government.
Opening remarks will be by Gov. John WaiheÊ»e III, with panel responses to follow by: Jocelyn Doane, Office of Hawaiian Affairs; Ilima Long, UH MÄnoa Native Hawaiian Student Services.
Light dinner will be served at 6:30pm.
UH MÄnoa Hawai'inuiÄkea School of Hawaiian Knowledge; Department of Ethnic Studies; School of Communications; Public Administration Program, Mānoa Campus
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