Advocacy & Activism

A Foot In Both Worlds - A Visit With Michael A. Lilly

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Most people know Michael Lilly as a former Hawaii attorney general as well as the lead attorney for Judicial Watch and the Grassroot Institute in the recent Nai Aupuni US Supreme Court Case. Very few however realize that Mike is also a fifth generation Hawaii resident and a direct descendant of Hawaiian Kingdom Nationals. Even more astounding is that several of his ancestors were advisors and confidants to Kamehameha V, Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani.

A Fence Around Heaven - A Visit With Summer

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What if someone poured dirt all over your family’s grave? What if they even went so far as to contaminate your food source? And what if when you confronted them they didn’t even care? That’s exactly what made Summer become a self-appointed caretaker of Ka`ena Point. See for yourself what one amazing person is doing to protect one of O`ahu’s most beautiful and sacred sites.

A Boston Hawaiian - A Visit With Al Kuahi Wong

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It was very far from Hawaii when he first landed in Boston, but Kuahi knew for him it was home. And after discovering other Hawaiians in the area, he started Wahi Ku Moku - the Boston Hawaiian Club. But everything changed upon receiving a call from the late John “Butch” Kekahu in Anahola, Kauai asking him to help produce the now historic Aloha March of 1998. Soon after, Butch invited Kuahi to become a Koani Foundation director.

50th State Fraud - A Visit With Professor Williamson Chang

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Imagine the surprise University Of Hawaii Professor Williamson Chang got when he discovered the US has been using sleight of hand all these years to claim Hawaii as the 50th state. He found that not only was there never a treaty of annexation, but the US never named a single Hawaiian island in legal documents to acquire Hawaii as a territory or when the so-called statehood vote occurred in 1959. To his amazement, Professor Chang even found records of US senators discussing their cover up and their efforts to make it all look legit.

75 Years After Hiroshima/Nagasaki -- Rolling Back the Nuclear Arsenal

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75 Years After Hiroshima/Nagasaki -- Rolling Back the Nuclear Arsenal

This one-hour program features a powerful eyewitness account by a Setsuko Thurlow, a survivor of the Hiroshima bombing.  Ms. Thurlow provides her memories of the day the atomic bomb dropped, post-war Japan, how she became an activist, and her work with the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), winner of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize.

March for Justice - In Support of Black Lives

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Davis Media Access coverage of the March for Justice event on June 14th, 2020.
The event was hosted by:
ACLU Yolo County Chapter
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement - Sacramento AFL- CIO (LCLAA)
Yolo Democratic Socialists of America
Yolo Progressives
Solidarity Space for George, Ahmaud, Breonna, Tony
Indivisible Yolo
Jewish Action NorCal
Yolo Grassroots Collective
Dillan Horton for Davis City Council

In The Studio - Liberia: Today and Tomorrow

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Quanuquanei A. Karmue, Executive Director of Save More Kids.

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topics discussed include: how the devastation of Liberia's two civil wars has created the current demographic and economic circumstances, those circumstances, what Save More Kids does, and visions for Liberia's future.

Recorded 01/16/20.

In The Studio - Youth Action on Climate Change

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Bryce Parker hosts Megan Phelps, Chair, Climate Reality Project at UC Davis.

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topics discussed include: The Climate Reality Project Campus Corps at UCD is a chapter of the International Climate Reality Project, focused on reversing climate change, k-12 education program, get out the vote, goals of the movement, hot house worlds

Recorded 11/13/19.