Aloha Friends, Learn more about the history and legacy of Internment by attending “Allegiance” during its Honolulu run from March 28 through April 7. Inspired by actor and activist George Takei’s real-life experience, “Allegiance” follows the Kimuras, a Japanese American family, as their lives are upended by the internment camps following Pearl Harbor. BROADWAY MUSICAL DRAMA “ALLEGIANCE” […]

https://acluhi.org/2019/03/29/5197/

OpEd: Win or lose, Hawaii keeps fighting for rights

This opinion piece was published 1/20/19 in the Honolulu Star Advertiser. https://www.staradvertiser.com/2019/01/20/editorial/insight/win-or-lose-hawaii-keeps-fighting-for-rights/ By Marianita Lopez, Board President As Hawai‘i marks Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, let’s remember that it’s more than just a day off. Let’s think about how far we’ve come and how far we have yet to go in realizing his dream. Hawai‘i […]

ACLU of Hawai‘i statement on President Trump’s speech 1/19/19

Executive Director Joshua Wisch said: “Hawai‘i is home to tens of thousands of federal workers. We’re also home to refugees and DACA recipients. In his statement today, the President is using their lives as poker chips in his bid to secure billions for a wall that doesn’t stand the independent scrutiny of Congress or the […]

New website under construction!

Please pardon our dust as we prepare over the next few months for our new ACLU of Hawai‘i website, which aims to make it easier than ever to find the information and resources about our civil rights work in Hawai‘i. In the meantime, as we do some cleanup, there may be a few broken links […]

#familiesbelongtogether events in Hawai‘i, Sat., 6/30