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Through Oct. 31: LGBT History Month

LGBT History Month

UPDATED DAILY WITH NEW LGBTQ ICONS "...icons are being celebrated this October during LGBT History Month... (national, international, living and dead)...from many walks of life – from politicians to clergy to writers – and time periods – from ancient Greece to 19th century in the United States to present day Russia. The icons range from … Continue reading Through Oct. 31: LGBT History Month

Maskeraid

Hula's Bar & Lei Stand 134 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu

"You can still get your 'Hulaween' on this year at Hula's, though it will be a bit different in 2020. Make your dinner reservations for Halloween NOW because there will be limited spots for the 7:30pm 'Contactless Drag Show' hosted by Candi Shell and featuring Anna Mei, Apple Aday & Mallie Buu! There will be … Continue reading Maskeraid

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

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”

Ongoing: “Aloha With Pride: Shaka And Shine”

Honolulu Pride

"Aloha With Pride: Shaka And Shine" is now available online at honolulpride.com. Just scroll down to the bottom of the homepage for a special commercial-free version of the show. Honolulu Pride, in partnership with lei and KHON2, produced this 30-minute original program to share the remarkable history of LGBTQ+ culture in Hawaii, and profile amazing members of the … Continue reading Ongoing: “Aloha With Pride: Shaka And Shine”

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

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

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

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

Through December 3: CHANGE

Hawaii Business Magazine

Hawaii Business Magazine is hosting six CHANGE discussions intended to drive progress on important issues facing Hawaii. The six topics in the CHANGE framework are: Community & Economy, Health & Wellness, Arts & Culture, Natural Environment, Government & Civics, and Education. At each presentation, community leaders will address major challenges in one of these areas and discuss how we can … Continue reading Through December 3: CHANGE

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

November 5-29: Hawaii International Film Festival

Hawaii International Film Festival

The 40th edition of the Hawai‘i International Film Festival (HIFF) presented by Halekulani will run November 5th through the 29th. This year’s festival will be a hybrid of in-person (at select Consolidated Theaters locations on Oahu) and virtual screenings, making HIFF — for the first time ever — accessible to audiences all across the United … Continue reading November 5-29: Hawaii International Film Festival

Wāhine in Film Mixer 2020

Zoom

Join Hawaii Women In Filmmaking for their annual mixer of local and visiting women and girl filmmakers during HIFF! This will be a causal and interactive session to connect, collaborate, and support each other work! A zoom link will be shared the day of the event. After the mixer, we will also host an online … Continue reading Wāhine in Film Mixer 2020

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

October 14 – November 18: Professional Development Program for Artists

Zoom

Hawai‘i Contemporary, in collaboration with Hawai‘i Arts Alliance, is excited to launch a Professional Development Program for Artists. Designed for emerging and mid-career artists and cultural practitioners in Hawai‘i, this series of live-streamed online workshops will be led by established professionals in the global arts community. The program offers participants the opportunity to interact with … Continue reading October 14 – November 18: Professional Development Program for Artists

November 15, 2020 – January 10, 2021: Virtual Policy and Advocacy Training Series

Online

The Virtual Policy and Advocacy Training Series is organized by:  Hawaii Children's Action Network, Hawaii Public Health Institute, Hawai‘i Appleseed Center for Law and Economic Justice, Hawaii Alliance of Nonprofit Organizations, Common Cause Hawaii, Blue Zones Project - Hawaii, Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands, and PHOCUSED Hawaii.   • November 15, … Continue reading November 15, 2020 – January 10, 2021: Virtual Policy and Advocacy Training Series

Conversation and Coffee: Elections Recap

Online

Civil Beat reporters Blaze Lovell and Kevin Dayton will recap Hawaii's first vote-by-mail general election. This will be a casual discussion where attendees can join with their zoom cameras on or join by phone. Register here. Honolulu Civil Beat is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt news organization dedicated to cultivating an informed body of citizens, all striving to make … Continue reading Conversation and Coffee: Elections Recap

Mānoa Marquee – Virtually Yours

Online

This year Mānoa Valley Theatre is going online to present the signature annual fundraising event Mānoa Marquee – Virtually Yours on November 20th at 6:00 p.m. The event honors Dorothy “Dot” Mason and Dr. Mark Mugiishi and is hosted by celebrity emcees Jody Leong and Keoki Kerr. There will be all-star performances by Amy Hanaiali‘i, … Continue reading Mānoa Marquee – Virtually Yours