The LG addresses the state's plan to open up the tourist economy and the multiple challenges that go along with that. He also answers listeners questions regarding testing, quarantine, penalties for quarantine breakers, and the challenges residents are having in light of opening up our local economy. The LG also talks about the recent uptick in Covid-19 cases in Hawaii and the rest of the nation. He answers the question, at what point does the state look at the increases in cases and say "that's enough, we have to change things"?
Originally aired on June 14, 2020, this 94.7 KUMU live on-air forum discusses systemic racism, inequality, and hate violence claiming Black lives.
A distinguished panel of local leaders assembled for this in-depth discussion: Susan Ballard, chief of the Honolulu Police Department; Alphonso Braggs, president of the Honolulu-Hawai‘i NAACP; Dr. Akiemi Glenn, executive director of the Pōpolo Project; and Noelani Goodyear-Ka'ōpua, professor of political science at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.