San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
“Upholding the Legacy of Freddy Rice”
Featuring Charles Djou & Keli’i Akina
A Grassroot Institute of Hawaii Fundraiser
Grassroot Institute Legacy Award to Freddy Rice
Charles Djou on “Shifting the Tide on the Jones Act”
Keli’i Akina on “Upholding the Rice Legacy for a Better Hawaii for All”
GENERAL RECEPTION: Suggested $25 donation per person Dinner will be available for purchase
VIP PRIVATE RECEPTION: Suggested $100 donation - Event starts at 3pm at the Rice Farm in Waimea, Hawaii.
DIRECTIONS: Freddy and Gails House --- 65-1634 Kawaihea Road. From Kona airport. Lower highway to Waimea. At top of hill go right and turn left into driveway just after bridge. If you see m/m 59 you went 10 yards to far. First house, parking in pasture.
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FROM THE ARCHIVES:
Thursday, February 22, 2001
Photo illustration by Kip Aoki, Star-Bulletin
Clockwise from right: Harold "Freddy" Rice, whose lawsuit
changed how Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustees are elected;
Hawaiian activists wave signs in 1999; OHA Trustee Clayton
Hee makes a point at a U.S. Senate panel hearing last March.
When & Where
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