Yearly Archives: 2017

A Touch-Screen Is Not a Touch.

Alright, I concede that a great deal of what I’m about to contemplate can be seen in the light of having lived most of my life in a time when letter-writing was a life-changing art – emotionally wrought and eagerly … Continue reading

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On the Road Again – And the Map Is Neither Blue Nor Red.

Our audiences are diverse:  ethnically, economically, geographically – and this year in particular, when these differences are so glaring and stark – politically.  Human beings appear to have been reduced to their silk-screened, t-shirt and baseball cap slogans. And so … Continue reading

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Women’s March: Then and Now.

A Bit of History For about twenty years (starting January 30, 1997), ‘Iokepa Hanalei ‘Imaikalani has been an obedient mo’opuna – grandson.  Daily, he has listened for the voices – the direct guidance – of his ancestral Hawaiian Grandmothers.  “I … Continue reading

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