Public Administration in Hawaii Society Today: SPEAKER SERIES-OUR CIVIL RIGHTS

September 28, 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Saunders Building Room 624


****What ACTIONS can we take as ethical and responsible citizens, professionals, community builders & leaders, and Public Servants.

****Panelists will Speak on topics such as: Trump’s Muslim ban, the wall, Immigrant Children, Dreamers and more…

****Moderator: Amy Agbayani, Emeritus Vice Chancellor for Student Diversity and member of The Legal Clinic for immigrant justice

**** Doug Chin, Lieutenant Governor and Former Attorney General
****Nandita Sharma, Associate Professor of Sociology, member Hawaii J20
****Clare Hanusz, attorney and founder of Aloha Immigration
****Ismail Elshikh, Imam of Muslim Association of Hawai'i and member of The Legal Clinic for Immigrant Justice
****John Kawamoto, retired analyst State Legislature and member of Hawai'i J20

****FREE FOOD: We will be catering FREE sublime food and drinks.

**PARKING: On-campus & after 4:00 pm - visitor parking is a flat rate of $6.

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**PASO R.I.O. is determined to inspire a brand-new generation of public servants who strive for social equity and justice and who will always remain ethical and just leaders and responsible community builders.**

****Funded (in part) by the Student Activity and Program Fee Board****

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SAPFB, PUBA & RIO PASO, Mānoa Campus

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