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May is AANHPI Heritage Month

May is also Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. President Biden issued a declaration celebrating the “essential role” the nation’s history and denounced the surge of anti-Asian hate crimes: “These acts are wrong; they are un-American; and they must stop.”


“Hawaiian Airlines May Day 2022,” featuring the music of Keauhou, Robert Cazimero, and others is available to view online via Hawaii News Now.


PBS’s American Masters series premiered a two-hour documentary, “Waterman—Duke: Ambassador of Aloha,” that’s now available to view online.

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HHHRC is proud to be a founding member of the coalition to change the outdated discriminatory Section 23 added to Hawaiʻi's Constitution a generation ago. Remove the Hawaiʻi legislature’s authority to limit marriage to opposite-sex couples. Let's make sure Hawaiʻi remains an inclusive and welcoming place for all loving couples. 

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