Archive for July 7th, 2011

Hawai`i Island: A Global Center for Peace, Justice and Conflict Resolution

Hawai`i Island: A Global Center for Peace, Justice and Conflict Resolution

On December 5, 1973, I took my first steps upon these Islands. As I strolled around the Manoa s district of Honolulu, I heard but paid no attention to, a women’s voice repeatedly calling out, “Neil, Neil!” Although I knew nothing about Hawai’i, I did know my name was not Neil. Moments later...
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Will 2012 Be The Year That We See Mass Starvation In Africa? 12 Signs That The World Is Running Out Of Food

Will 2012 Be The Year That We See Mass Starvation In Africa? 12 Signs That The World Is Running Out Of Food

Tonight millions of American families will shovel huge piles of food into their mouths without even realizing that starvation is rapidly spreading in Africa.  Right now Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya are experiencing the worst drought conditions that they have seen in 60 years.  Tens of thousands of African families have abandoned their homes as...
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High Surf, Wind, Small Craft Advisory for Hawaii

The National Weather Service in Honolulu has extended the High Surf Advisory for South facing shores of all islands until 6pm Hawaii Standard Time on Saturday. Two large Southern hemisphere swells will produce surf from 6 to 8 feet along exposed South facing shores over the next several days. Large breaking waves will produce dangerous...
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