Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Monday, June 24, 2019

AMSTERDAM FIGHTS BACK AGAINST MASS TOURISM

Can Hawai`i Do The Same?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 CNN - May 23, 2019

Famous for its tolerance as much as its narrow houses and broad canals, Amsterdam is undergoing a radical change of attitude when it comes to the millions of tourists that flock to see it each year. 
 
Tolerance, it seems, has reached its limits in the Dutch capital, which is now actively urging visitors to head elsewhere as frustrated locals complain of feeling besieged by visitors using the city's bicycle-thronged streets as a travel playground.
 
"The pressure is very high," says Ellen van Loon, a partner at Dutch architectural firm OMA who is involved in adapting the city for the future. "We don't want to turn into a Venice. The problem we are currently facing is that Amsterdam is so loved by tourists, we just have so many coming to the city."
 
While Van Loon acknowledges the positive aspects of tourism, which earns the Dutch economy around 82 billion euros ($91.5 billion) a year, like many locals she's worried that soaring visitor numbers are destroying the soul of this vibrant cosmopolitan city.
 
Like Venice and other destinations across Europe, Amsterdam has become a byword for overtourism -- a phenomenon closely linked to the rise in cheaper air travel that has seen visitors flood certain places, often spoiling the very spot they came to enjoy.
While some cities are still formulating ways to cope, Amsterdam -- where a decade-long surge in visitor numbers is forecast to continue, rising from 18 million in 2018 to 42 million in 2030, or more than 50 times the current population -- has simply decided it's had enough. 
 
Netherlands tourist officials recently took the bold decision to stop advertising the country as a tourist destination. Their "Perspective 2030″ report, published earlier this year, stated that the focus will now be on "destination management" rather than "destination promotion."
 
The document also outlines the country's future strategy, acknowledging that Amsterdam's livability will be severely impacted by "visitor overload" if action isn't taken.
 
Solutions listed include working to dissuade groups of "nuisance" visitors by either limiting or completely shutting down "accommodation and entertainment products" aimed at them, as well as spreading visitors to other parts of the Netherlands....

Sunday, June 23, 2019

THEY STAND FOR A KINGDOM ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Ku`e Petition Continues - A Visit With Clare Apana & Joyclynn Costa"

When the Ku`e petitions traveled throughout the Hawaiian Islands in the late 1800ʻs, the vast majority of Hawaiians who signed their names left a very clear message - they did not want Hawai`i to be annexed to the US. Today, Clare Apana and Joyclynn Costa are taking those same petitions around Hawai`i again so present day Hawaiians, many of whom are direct descendants of the original signers, can also add their own names and let the world know that they too stand for the restoration of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Donʻt miss our visit with Clare and Joyclynn on the royal grounds of Mauna Ala as they describe their amazing journey with the Ku`e petitions in their quest for a Free Hawai`i - Watch It Here

MONDAY, JUNE 24th At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 54

SUNDAY, June 23rd At 2:00 PM & TUESDAY, June 25th At 9:30 AM - Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53

MONDAY, June 24h At 8:00 AM & WEDNESDAY, June 26th At 1:30 PM Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 54
 
TUESDAY, June 25th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, June 27th At 7:30 PM & SATURDAY, June 29th At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52

SATURDAY, June 29th  At 5:30 PM O`ahu - `Olelo, Channel 53

Now you can become a fan of Voices Of Truth on Facebook by clicking Here and see behind the scenes photos of our shows and a whole lot more.  

Voices Of Truth interviews those creating a better future for Hawai`i to discover what made them go from armchair observers to active participants. We hope you'll be inspired to do the same.
 
Voices Of Truth now airs on local access stations in over 90 cities across the US and throughout the world. Check your local listings.

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Saturday, June 22, 2019

HAWAIIAN KINGDOM FOREIGN MINISTER SPEAKS IN BOSTON


 

























Hawaiian Kingdom Foreign Minister Leon Kaulahao Siu was EPA New England's Guest Speaker on Wednesday as part of it's 2019 Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration.

Leon Siu spoke about current environment issues in Hawai`i, its impact to tourism, the economy and to Hawaiian culture.

Leon Siu is a lecturer on Hawaiian culture, history, and contemporary issues, and serves as the Minister of Foreign Affairs representing the interests of the Hawaiian Kingdom in the international arena. 

In 2016 he received the Knights Grand Cross Award of the Royal Order of Kamehameha I, 1865, the highest honor conferred by the Hawaiian Kingdom. 

He was nominated for the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize and in June 2017, he received the Gold Medal for the UN Peacemaker, Sergio Vieira de Mello Award from the International Parliament. 

He has also been a Hawai`i contact and contributor to the Washington Times, the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, and the International Diplomat.

Friday, June 21, 2019

WHO SHOULD BE REMOVED?  
YOU OR THE FAKE STATE?

Thursday, June 20, 2019

SAID 121 YEARS AGO TODAY
FLASH - MAUNA KEA SNEAK ATTACK 
AT 4 AM THIS MORNING
 

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

FREE HAWAI`I TV
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"WHY TOURISTS SHOULD NOT VISIT HAWAI`I"

It Isnʻt Just Happening In Hawai`i But Other Places Too.

An Influx Of Visitors So Huge Itʻs Causing Big Problems.

An Impact So Large The Locals Are Now Taking Steps To Stop It.

Watch This To Find Out Where Itʻs Occurring, What Being Done To Solve It & What It Means For The Future Of Hawai`i.


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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

HAWAIIAN KINGDOM FOREIGN MINISTER TO SPEAK TOMORROW IN  BOSTON


























 



 



Hawaiian Kingdom Foreign Minister Leon Kaulahao Siu is EPA New England's Guest Speaker as part of it's 2019 Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Celebration.

Leon Siu will talk about current environment issues in Hawai`i, its impact to tourism, the economy and to Hawaiian culture. 

The negative environmental effects of over tourism in Waikiki and other popular destinations throughout the Hawaiian Islands is one of several topics for this hour long program.

The public is invited to this free event.

WHEN - Tomorrow, June 19. 2019 at 10:30am – 11:30am 
WHERE - EPA – New England on the 15th Floor, Courtroom 6, McCormack Federal Building, 5 Post Office Square, Boston, MA 02109


Leon Siu is a lecturer on Hawaiian culture, history, and contemporary issues, and serves as the Minister of Foreign Affairs representing the interests of the Hawaiian Kingdom in the international arena. 

In 2016 he received the Knights Grand Cross Award of the Royal Order of Kamehameha I, 1865, the highest honor conferred by the Hawaiian Kingdom. 

He was nominated for the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize and in June 2017, he received the Gold Medal for the UN Peacemaker, Sergio Vieira de Mello Award from the International Parliament. 

He has also been a Hawai`i contact and contributor to the Washington Times, the Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, and the International Diplomat.

Monday, June 17, 2019

BECOME A FAN OF "VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`I'S FUTURE" ON FACEBOOK

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Sunday, June 16, 2019

RESTORING A COUNTRY ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Ku`e Petition Continues - A Visit With Clare Apana & Joyclynn Costa"

When the Ku`e petitions traveled throughout the Hawaiian Islands in the late 1800ʻs, the vast majority of Hawaiians who signed their names left a very clear message - they did not want Hawai`i to be annexed to the US. Today, Clare Apana and Joyclynn Costa are taking those same petitions around Hawai`i again so present day Hawaiians, many of whom are direct descendants of the original signers, can also add their own names and let the world know that they too stand for the restoration of the Hawaiian Kingdom. Donʻt miss our visit with Clare and Joyclynn on the royal grounds of Mauna Ala as they describe their amazing journey with the Ku`e petitions in their quest for a Free Hawai`i - Watch It Here

MONDAY, JUNE 17th At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 54

WEDNESDAY, June 19th At 7:00 PM & FRIDAY, June 21st 8:30 AM - Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53

THURSDAY, June 20th At 10:30 AM & SATURDAY, June 22nd At 5:00 PM Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 54
 
TUESDAY, June 18th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, June 20th At 7:30 PM & SATURDAY, June 22nd At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52

FRIDAY, June 21st At 8:00 PM & SATURDAY, June 22nd  At 5:30 PM O`ahu - `Olelo, Channel 53

Now you can become a fan of Voices Of Truth on Facebook by clicking Here and see behind the scenes photos of our shows and a whole lot more.  

Voices Of Truth interviews those creating a better future for Hawai`i to discover what made them go from armchair observers to active participants. We hope you'll be inspired to do the same.
 
Voices Of Truth now airs on local access stations in over 90 cities across the US and throughout the world. Check your local listings.

For news and issues that affect you, watch Free Hawai`i TV, a part of the Free Hawai`i Broadcasting Network.
 
Please share our Free Hawai`i Broadcasting Network videos with friends and colleagues. That's how we grow. Mahalo.

Saturday, June 15, 2019

KE AUPUNI UPDATE - JUNE 2019
























8y Leon Siu -  Hawaiian National

Keeping in touch and updated on activities regarding the restoration of Ke Aupuni o Hawai`i, the Hawaiian Kingdom.  

Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka `Aina I Ka Pono.

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The Quick Facts Series…
THE SITUATION OF
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
QUICK FACTS #10


VISITING CAPITALS 

According to Article 1 of the Montevideo Convention, one of the four qualifying factors of a sovereign state is the capacity to enter foreign relations with other states.

After having spent years in conversations with diplomats from various countries (ambassadors, chargé d’affaires, attachés, counsels, deputy reps, secretaries, etc.), sharing our situation and learning of theirs, we have embarked on the next stage known as “visiting their capitals.” This means we have gotten to the point in our discussions where the diplomats are recommending we go and talk to their countries’ leaders — presidents, prime ministers, foreign ministers… those who make decisions…

This is the stage where nation-to-nation bilateral discussions take place to develop relationships and talk strategies.

In the past I have met a number of heads of state usually at conferences, regional group meetings or at their missions at the UN or the EU. It has always been encouraging and productive.

My most recent diplomatic visit was two weeks ago in Apia, Samoa with Prime Minister Malielegaoi of the Independent State of Samoa. We discussed several matters of mutual interest. We also talked of the prospects of Samoa supporting two initiatives we are preparing for introduction at the United Nations in the Fall. His response was very positive.

The pace is beginning to pick up. In the next few months I will be visiting more of the Pacific as well as other regions.

Ua mau ke ea o ka ʻāina i ka pono. The sovereignty (life) of the land is perpetuated in righteousness.
 
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The Campaign to Free Hawai`i is funded by people like YOU…

We cannot do this crucial work without your help… your kokua.

It takes funding to make these important accomplishments happen and we deeply appreciate all financial contributions, large or small.

Any amount you contribute will make a huge impact on our ability to continue this work (and can be tax-deductible if needed).

We have much to accomplish in 2019 and your contributions toward that are very important and needed.

Your KŌKUA is greatly appreciated!
To contribute, go to - GoFundMe.com/FreeHawaii


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Malama pono,
Leon Siu

Friday, June 14, 2019

DID OHA REALLY SLASH TRUSTEE ALLOWANCES?
































By OHA Trustee Keli’i Akina, PhD - Ka Wai Ola - June, 2019

Based on a recent Office of Hawaiian Affairs news release, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser published an article titled "OHA Slashes Trustees’ Allowances." The story widely reported by local news media, bringing welcome praise to OHA after a highly critical 2018 review of trustee allowances by the state Auditor.

In State Audit Report 18-03, the Auditor criticized the vague policies governing Trustees' use of their allowances, which was then called the Trustee Sponsorship and Allowance Fund or TSAAF. It was these vague policies that led to questionable expenditures by some Trustees.

In response to the concerns raised by the state Auditor, the OHA Board of Trustees placed a moratorium on the TSAAF, which had been $22,200 per year per Trustee. Then, in May, 2019, the Board voted to reinstate a portion of the trustee allowances as a "Trustee Protocol Allowance" or TPA, for $7,200 per year per Trustee, starting in June, 2019.

According to the OHA news release, policy amendments included "reducing the trustee allocation from $22,200 to $7,200." But on closer inspection of the action the Board voted to approve, only a portion of the former TSAAF was limited to $7,200. The Board, in fact, has yet to address the larger "sponsorship" portion of the TSAAF, which allowed individual Trustees to give money to persons or groups of their own choosing.

While limiting the TPA to $7,200 is a step in the right direction, not all are so impressed. Upon hearing the news, a former state legislator wrote the following:

"Aloha Trustees! Though this was popular with the public, by reducing your allowance by two thirds you have taken away your parity with the legislature. It's not the amount that was the problem it was the lack of consistency of spending rules like that of the legislature. I hope the amount is enough for you folks."

The former legislator makes a valid point that the crucial issue in trustee allowance spending was not the amount of money spent but the way it was spent, and the rules governing the allowance.

That is why, since becoming an OHA trustee in 2016, I gave back my trustee allowance of $22,200 every year, saving our beneficiaries $44,400. I felt strongly that the policy governing the trustee allowance was inadequate, and that the funds could too easily be used to gain improper favor with voters.

So, did OHA really "slash" trustee allowances?

The answer is, we will have to wait and see. If OHA desires to respond fully to the state Auditor with the needed reforms, it will have the opportunity to reduce or eliminate the remaining "sponsorship" portion of the trustee allowances. Beneficiaries will want to stay alert to this issue and perhaps reach out to their Trustees to let them know what they think.

Thursday, June 13, 2019

STARVATION - ONLY THREE DAYS AWAY IN HAWAI`I




















Big Island Now - May 21, 2019

Hilo (population 45,648) has the priciest groceries of any American city. Hawai‘i is known for having a high cost of living, but with such a great climate for agriculture, why don’t we produce enough food to affordably sustain our population?

The Problem

Janelle Saneishi, public information officer of the Hawai‘i Department of Agriculture, informed us that an estimated 3,000 tons (6 million pounds) of food are imported on a daily basis, according to the Hawai‘i Emergency Management Agency (HI-EMA) at a cost of more than $3 billion dollars per year.

Part of the reason food is so expensive is because importers and producers have to increase prices to account for having nearly a third of the food that is imported spoils due to the hot, humid climate before it reaches the shelves. And climate change has the potential to raise costs even more in upcoming years. In addition, at least half of the seafood we consume comes from the mainland. 

Surprisingly, Hawai‘i’s top agriculture export isn’t meant for consumption, including seeds (about half of which are genetically engineered, according to the Hawai‘i DOA). Seed exports were more than twice as valuable as our No. 2 export, macadamia nuts, followed by cattle and coffee.

But not all seed crops in Hawai‘i are genetically engineered (GE). About half of all seed crops grown in the state are conventional crops. GE seed crops are not grown on the Island of Hawai‘i.

You would think, given the markup cost of imported food, we would be able to produce our locally for less money—but we don’t. The Hawai‘i DOA explained that farmers may be discouraged to produce more because there is a bigger profit margin in producing less.

“Hawai‘i has about 1.135 million acres statewide designated as agricultural lands (catch-all),” Saneishi shared with Big Island Now. “These lands include gulches, ravines and steep terrains that are not suitable for growing crops. The 2017 agriculture census estimated total harvested cropland in Hawai‘i at 84,767 acres. Additionally, property rights and free enterprise in the Hawai‘i/U.S. permit farmers and ranchers to freely choose how much to produce or not produce.

Usually, they are motivated to provide more, with higher market prices and higher profits. Government cannot dictate that farmers grow more food. Additionally, the law of supply rules that a higher quantity of supply produced will lower market price with constant demand and thereby lowering profits to farmers....”

How You Can Help
When evaluating the importance of “eating local,” residents should be aware that currently, if a natural disaster were to occur and barges were to stop, it is estimated there would be only three days worth of food left on the shelves in local grocery stores.

Local grocery stores like KTA are also trying to encourage more people to buy local to increase demand and help motivate local farmers. KTA Super Stores Executive Vice President Derek Kurisu, told Big Island Now, “We advertise a lot in our print ads, radio, store signs and speeches to various organizations and classrooms. The emphasis is to promote locally grown or manufactured products.  Our private label, Mountain Apple Brand, consists of locally grown or manufactured products.”

Many fruits and vegetables are actually cost-competitive with imported produce. UH found that 80% of our tomatoes and all of our watercress are produced locally.

According to the Hawai‘i DOA, consumers can be thrifty shopper while supporting local products by making sure to purchase watermelons, mangoes, avocados, apple bananas, dragon fruits, cabbages, Mānoa lettuce, basil, sweet potatoes and macadamia nuts that are produced locally.

Kurisu told Big Island Now that at KTA, “95% of our leafy vegetables in the produce department are locally grown; 100% of our papayas, pineapples and bananas are locally grown; 100% of the melons are purchased locally when in season. Our pumpkins are locally grown during Halloween… In the produce department, we try to support local first. 

Forty-five percent of our local beef sales are local grass-fed beef; 5% of our pork sales are local and 60% of our seafood sales are from local waters. We import frozen seafood like shrimps, butterfish, etc., due to the lack of supply. About 65% of our fresh milk sales were from local dairy before the closing of Hāmākua Dairy and problems with Clover Leaf dairy in Kohala. Today, local milk makes up only about 20% of KTA’s fresh milk sales. Currently, we are working with Clover Leaf to improve our milk supply, so I am confident that within the next three months, it will go back to 65%.“

Another way to encourage food sustainability on our islands is by substituting your starches such as wheat and rice for varieties that can be produced locally, like taro and breadfruit, which sustained ancient Hawaiians....

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

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"HOW FAST WOULD YOU STARVE?"

How Would You Cope If There Was No More Food To Eat?

Did You Know Thatʻs An Everyday Threat In Hawai`i?

All It Takes Is For Container Ships To Stop Arriving Daily.

Watch This To Learn How Quickly Food Would Disappear & A Surprisingly Easy Answer To Ensure That Hawai`i Never Goes Hungry.


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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

COALITION SLAMS UH OVER MAUNA KEA TELESCOPE
































Big Island Now - June 5, 2019 

The Peace For Okinawa Coalition has formally condemned the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope on Maunakea, according to a June 4, 2019, press release from the Honolulu-based organization.

In an email to Universuty Of Hawai`i President David Lassner and the Board of Regents, the Peace For Okinawa Coalition criticized the project for “violations against Native Hawaiians, environmental destruction and for failing to benefit the local people of Hawai`i.”

“Okinawans, as well as Okinawa supporters, stand with our indigenous cousins in protecting our rights, our culture, our ancestors, and our environment,” the coalition wrote.

Robert Kajiwara, a UH alumnus and president of the Peace For Okinawa Coalition, has pledged not to give any alumni donations to the university until “all plans for construction on Mauna Kea are scrapped and President Lassner is removed from office....”

Monday, June 10, 2019

WHAT KŪ KIA`I MAUNA LOOKS & SOUNDS LIKE

Sunday, June 09, 2019

WHO FOUGHT TO DEFEND HAWAI`I ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Was The Hawaiian Kingdom Race-Based? - A Visit With Willy Kauai"

Were only Hawaiians part of the Hawaiian Kingdom or were non-Hawaiians also citizens? Was it just Hawaiians who tried to prevent the overthrow and illegal US occupation? Why were non-Hawaiians living there and what did they do when the Kingdom government came under attack? Join us in our fascinating interview with Dr. Willy Kauai as he shares with us his amazing discoveries in researching who the real citizens were and why they fought so hard for their beloved Kingdom - Watch It Here

MONDAY, JUNE 10th At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 54

SUNDAY, June 9th At 2:30 PM & TUESDAY, June11th 10:30 AM - Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53

MONDAY, June 10th At 9:00 AM & WEDNESDAY, June 12th At 1:30 PM Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 54
TUESDAY, June 11th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, June 13th At 7:30 PM & SATURDAY, June 15th At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52

SATURDAY, June15th  At 5:30 PM O`ahu - `Olelo, Channel 53

Now you can become a fan of Voices Of Truth on Facebook by clicking Here and see behind the scenes photos of our shows and a whole lot more.  

Voices Of Truth interviews those creating a better future for Hawai`i to discover what made them go from armchair observers to active participants. We hope you'll be inspired to do the same.
 
Voices Of Truth now airs on local access stations in over 90 cities across the US and throughout the world. Check your local listings.

For news and issues that affect you, watch Free Hawai`i TV, a part of the Free Hawai`i Broadcasting Network.
 
Please share our Free Hawai`i Broadcasting Network videos with friends and colleagues. That's how we grow. Mahalo.

Saturday, June 08, 2019

WERE YOU ANTI-TRANSPORTATION BECAUSE YOU OPPOSED THE SUPERFERRY?

Friday, June 07, 2019

FINAL DAY TO PROTEST MAUNA KEA MANAGEMENT RULES















Click Here To Submit Easy Testimony

Thursday, June 06, 2019

FLASH! - KAMANA`O CRABBE OUT AT OHA
 

Wednesday, June 05, 2019

FREE HAWAI`I TV
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"WHO ARE THE PREDATORS COMING AFTER YOU?"

Did You Know Youʻʻre Living In The End Game Of The Fake State Of Hawai`i?

Itʻs Not Only About Winners & Losers Coming Into Sharper Focus.

Itʻs Also About Whoʻs In Control & What Theyʻre Planning Next.

Watch This To See Who They Are & What Theyʻre Selling Next.


Then Share This Video Today With Your Family & Everyone You Know.

Tuesday, June 04, 2019

GET READY - THEYʻRE COMING
 

Monday, June 03, 2019

BECOME A FAN OF "VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`I'S FUTURE" ON FACEBOOK

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Sunday, June 02, 2019

IS HAWAI`I JUST FOR HAWAIIANS ON “VOICES OF TRUTH - ONE-ON-ONE WITH HAWAI`IʻS FUTURE"


"Was The Hawaiian Kingdom Race-Based? - A Visit With Willy Kauai"

Were only Hawaiians part of the Hawaiian Kingdom or were non-Hawaiians also citizens? Was it just Hawaiians who tried to prevent the overthrow and illegal US occupation? Why were non-Hawaiians living there and what did they do when the Kingdom government came under attack? Join us in our fascinating interview with Dr. Willy Kauai as he shares with us his amazing discoveries in researching who the real citizens were and why they fought so hard for their beloved Kingdom - Watch It Here

MONDAY, JUNE 3rd At 6:30 PM Maui – Akaku, Channel 54

SUNDAY, June 2nd At 1:00 PM & TUESDAY, June 4th 10:30 AM - Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 53

MONDAY, June 3rd At 8:30 AM & WEDNESDAY, June 5th At 5:00 PM Hawai`i Island – Na Leo, Channel 54

TUESDAY, June 4th At 7:30 PM, THURSDAY, June 6th At 7:30 PM & SATURDAY, June 8th At 5:30 PM Kaua`i - Ho`ike, Channel 52

FRIDAY, June 7th At 8:00 PM & SATURDAY, June 8th  At 5:30 PM O`ahu - `Olelo, Channel 53

Now you can become a fan of Voices Of Truth on Facebook by clicking Here and see behind the scenes photos of our shows and a whole lot more.  

Voices Of Truth interviews those creating a better future for Hawai`i to discover what made them go from armchair observers to active participants. We hope you'll be inspired to do the same.
 
Voices Of Truth now airs on local access stations in over 90 cities across the US and throughout the world. Check your local listings.

For news and issues that affect you, watch Free Hawai`i TV, a part of the Free Hawai`i Broadcasting Network.
 
Please share our Free Hawai`i Broadcasting Network videos with friends and colleagues. That's how we grow. Mahalo.