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Water Talks II: Climate Justice in the Pacific

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University of Hawaiʻi Department of Art & Art History

2535 McCarthy Mall

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WATER TALKS II: CLIMATE JUSTICE in the PACIFIC

How is climate change affecting communities across the Pacific? What stories and histories impact the ability to respond? How do we build community alliance resilience and action?

@ 4:00-5:30 pm Tales of the Okinawan Sea

FEATURING: James Jack, Artist; Kenneth Kaneshiro, Director of the Center for Conservation Research and Training, UHM Biology; Norman Kaneshiro, musician, UHM lecturer

@ 5:30 pm pupus

@ 6:00-7:30 pm Moving Stories II

FEATURING: Martha and Jake Atienza, Artists; Manuel Mejia, Polynesian Voyaging Society + Community Program Manager, The Nature Conservancy; Keith Bettinger, Climate Adaptation Specialist, United Nations Development Program; facilitated by Tara Kabutaulaka, Director, Center for Pacific Island Studies.WATER TALKS ON TUESDAYS

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Honolulu, HI 96822

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