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Ongoing: Civil Beat’s 2020 Candidates Q&A

Civil Beat

For Hawaii’s Nov. 3 General Election, Civil Beat asked candidates to answer some questions about where they stand on various issues and what their priorities will be if elected. https://www.civilbeat.org/tag/candidates-2020/ About Civil Beat: "Honolulu Civil Beat is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt news organization dedicated to cultivating an informed body of citizens, all striving to make Hawaii … Continue reading Ongoing: Civil Beat’s 2020 Candidates Q&A

Cultural Animation Film Festival 2020

Cultural Animation Film Festival

SEP 25 – SEP 28 Presented in partnership with Twiddle Productions Inc. and Dr. Mary Therese Perez Hattori. The fourth annual Cultural Animation Film Festival (http://caffest.com/index.html) returns September 25–28, with films designed to showcase unique animated films based on our diverse cultures. The festival is online this year, and free for everyone—see amazing shorts and … Continue reading Cultural Animation Film Festival 2020

Every Other Friday: HiSAM From Home

@hawaiistateartmuseum

Looking for a personal concert in your living room for Friday Pau Hana? A performer will do a takeover of the Hawaii State Art Museum's Instagram account (@HawaiiStateArtMuseum) every other Friday 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. https://www.instagram.com/hawaiistateartmuseum/

Ongoing: AlohaTrace | Crowdsourcing COVID-19 Information

Aloha Trace

AlohaTrace is a collaborative effort between several public and private organizations in Hawaii to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by crowdsourcing local data on positive cases, pending test results and those simply exhibiting various symptoms. Answer six anonymous, confidential questions once a day to help provide near real-time data to research organizations and Hawaii … Continue reading Ongoing: AlohaTrace | Crowdsourcing COVID-19 Information

Ongoing: Hawaii Is Hiring

Chamber of Commerce Hawaii

"Hawaii is Hiring is a one-stop online resource that connects kamaʻāina to job opportunities, training programs and career navigation. It provides local job seekers and new graduates with a streamlined job board and simple access to training and education tools valued in Hawaiʻi’s in-demand and emerging industries. Hawaii is Hiring also helps residents find local … Continue reading Ongoing: Hawaii Is Hiring

Application deadline: October 31 | HSFCA Teaching Artist

Hawaii State Foundation for Culture and the Arts

The Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts is looking to add new voices to the roster that include teaching artists of various ages, ethnicities, gender expressions, cultural backgrounds, abilities, and who work with a variety of different art forms. Applications to become a Teaching Artist for the SFCA Teaching Artist/Artistic Teaching Partner Roster is … Continue reading Application deadline: October 31 | HSFCA Teaching Artist

Ongoing: Civil Beat IDEAS Call for Submissions

Civil Beat

Civil Beat welcomes submissions for its IDEAS section on any topics that impact life in Hawaii – from economic recovery and policy reform, to innovations in education, ideas for increased self-sustainability, and approaches to advancing equality, justice and resilience across the islands. "Bring us your best thinking and let’s start a conversation that inspires action, … Continue reading Ongoing: Civil Beat IDEAS Call for Submissions

Ongoing: H3RC Food Drops

Various Locations

Hawaii Health & Harm Reduction Center is helping the community during the COVIOD-19 pandemic by distributing food at various locations across Oahu. It's an opportunity for kupunas, families, and individuals in need to receive free food, such as fresh vegetables, fruits, assorted dry goods and nonperishable items. Drive Through Only! No ID or financial requirement … Continue reading Ongoing: H3RC Food Drops

Bacchus Monday Night Trivia

Bacchus Waikiki HI

Join us for Waikiki's Most Outstanding Trivia Night! ONLINE. Let's see what happens! Teams will compete in 4 rounds of general knowledge trivia. There's always a twist and unexpected turn at Bacchus Trivia Night. Bacchus ONLINE Trivia Night is hosted via Zoom video conference. If you don't already have the Zoom app, download it for … Continue reading Bacchus Monday Night Trivia

Submissions deadline: Portraits of Gender Diversity in the Pacific

QWaves

Submit photos and responses for consideration by September 30, 2020  to:  PacificPortraits@yahoo.com The creative team behind award-winning films Kumu Hina and Leitis in Waiting is partnering with the Bishop Museum in Honolulu to stage an exhibition featuring a collection of portraits that capture the nuance and diversity of gender identity and expression in the Pacific Islands. … Continue reading Submissions deadline: Portraits of Gender Diversity in the Pacific

September 30 Deadline: Kuleana Academy Application

Hawaii Alliance for Progressive Action Kapa`a

Kuleana Academy offers participants an opportunity to examine their own political kuleana and develop an understanding of how to engage in the issues that matter to them and their communities. Sessions provide leadership development, community organizing, communications, and advocacy skills as well as campaign training sessions conducted by professional trainers, plus educational sessions on and … Continue reading September 30 Deadline: Kuleana Academy Application

Through November 18: OutTalks Webinar Series

Zoom

After a short summer break, OutRight is launching a webinar series called OutTalks to share insights and analysis, elevate the voices of LGBTIQ activists, and continue strengthening our global movement through virtual engagement. This ongoing series will cover a range of topics, and feature LGBTIQ advocates and allies from around the world. Tune in on September 30th for … Continue reading Through November 18: OutTalks Webinar Series

Through September 30: Hawaiian History Month

Hawaiʻi Ponoʻī Coalition

Hawaiʻi Ponoʻī Coalition presents the first ever Hawaiian History Month. In celebration of Queen Liliʻuokalani's 182nd birthday, The Coalition is holding five weeks of virtual events throughout the month of September. Join in every Wednesday at 9am, Friday at 6pm, and Saturday at 4pm. The Hawaii Pono’ï Coalition was founded in 2007 to educate those … Continue reading Through September 30: Hawaiian History Month

Ongoing: Election 2020 on Insights on PBS Hawaii

PBS Hawaii

Insights on PBS Hawaii is a live, weekly one-hour public affairs show. During the broadcast, individuals may join in on the live discussion through email, on social media or by phone.Oahu: 462-5000 \ Neighbor Islands: 1-800-238-4847 PBS Hawai‘i is the only locally owned, statewide television station in Hawai‘i, serving the Islands since 1965. A 501(c)(3) … Continue reading Ongoing: Election 2020 on Insights on PBS Hawaii

Nomination Deadline: October 1 | Pacific Edge Business Achievement Awards

Pacific Edge Magazine

Pacific Edge magazine has extended their Business Achievement Awards nominations deadline to October 1st. Locally owned and operated magazine, Pacific Edge, is celebrating its 15th anniversary and holding its 10th Annual Business Achievement Awards. This year’s awards will be held virtually through a live television broadcast on KHON2, November 12th, at 7:00 p.m. Through this … Continue reading Nomination Deadline: October 1 | Pacific Edge Business Achievement Awards

National Liberty Awards Dinner

Lambda Legal

Join Lambda Legal for their biggest night of the year! For the first time ever, the National Liberty Awards Dinner is able to welcome the entire community of supporters - nationally! From New York to Chicago, Atlanta to Dallas, D.C. to Los Angeles, and everywhere in between, we are coming together to powerfully demonstrate our … Continue reading National Liberty Awards Dinner

October 2: Informational Webinar for Training Program in LGBTQ-Affirmative CBT

Zoom

An informational webinar about the CenterLink / Yale LGBTQ Mental Health Initiative "Training Program in LGBTQ-Affirmative CBT." CenterLink (The Community of LGBTQ Centers), in partnership with the Yale LGBTQ Mental Health Initiative, is excited to announce a free training program in LGBTQ-affirmative cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT).  In a recent survey, 60 Center directors and CEOs unanimously expressed enthusiasm … Continue reading October 2: Informational Webinar for Training Program in LGBTQ-Affirmative CBT

DEADLINE: Voter Registration General Election

State of Hawaii Office of Elections https://elections.hawaii.gov/

You can register online, or by submitting a Voter Registration & Permanent Absentee Application by mail or in-person. Applications must be received by your Clerk’s Office by: General: October 5, 2020 You can verify your voter registration online by providing a Hawaii Driver’s License or State ID, and Social Security Number. You may also contact us at 808-453-VOTE (8683). Neighbor Islands may … Continue reading DEADLINE: Voter Registration General Election

Ongoing: How You Can Help

Many community efforts in Hawai‘i have been launched during the COVID-19 crisis. Hawaii Business offers their regularly updated list of ways You Can Help. • Participate in a Survey about COVID-19’s Impacts on Businesses • Fight COVID-19 By Answering 6 Confidential Questions Online • Donate to Local Food Banks to Feed Families in Need • … Continue reading Ongoing: How You Can Help

HANOCON2020

Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations

The Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations will hold its first virtual HANOCON on October 8-9, 2020. Here’s a sneak preview: • Removing barriers: Radically reduced rates that will allow larger teams, including board members, to participate in this learning and connecting opportunity. • Additional ways to connect before, during and after the conference: the conference … Continue reading HANOCON2020

Business of Pride Awards 2020

‘Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach, 2490 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, USA 1801 Kalakaua Ave

Pacific Business News is excited to announce the six companies and 11 individual nominees for our third annual Business of Pride event. These companies and individuals are being recognized for their commitment to excellence in making Hawaii's workplaces more inclusive. These include our Career Achievement honorees, Eric von Platen Luder and Scott Dodd, who are … Continue reading Business of Pride Awards 2020

SPARK 2020 Transgender Law Center Virtual Celebration

Transgender Law Center

SPARK is the Transgender Law Center's largest annual gathering, and during these challenging times TLC is proud to continue their legacy of 18 years doing what it takes to keep transgender and gender nonconforming people alive, thriving, and fighting for liberation. Join SPARK, by registering online. This year has brought as much hope as it … Continue reading SPARK 2020 Transgender Law Center Virtual Celebration

Pre-Order “The Engagement: America’s Quarter-Century Struggle Over Same-Sex Marriage”

"The road to making same-sex unions legal was much longer than many know. It is a story that begins in Hawaii in 1990, when a rivalry among local activists triggered a sequence of events that forced the state to justify excluding gay couples from marriage. In the White House, one president signed the Defense of … Continue reading Pre-Order “The Engagement: America’s Quarter-Century Struggle Over Same-Sex Marriage”

Honolulu Pride “Shaka and Shine”

Honolulu Pride

Honolulu Pride's theme for 2020 is "Shaka and Shine"-- a great way to virtually share LGBTQ+ love and pride, while respecting and protecting our friends, families and community. In honor of Honolulu Pride Month, the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation will present a special half hour program “Aloha With Pride: Shaka and Shine”. This program will … Continue reading Honolulu Pride “Shaka and Shine”

October 20-22: Wahine Forum

Zoom

Hawaiʻi’s largest leadership and career development conference for women. Gain skills and strategies for leadership. Learn tactics to overcome present-day challenges. Real women will share real advice on how to find and foster personal and professional growth and resilience through keynotes, panel discussions, fireside chats, and presentations. NEW ADDITIONS TO WAHINE FORUM 2020 • Start your … Continue reading October 20-22: Wahine Forum