1. The women had great conditions for some fun surfing at this years race. The Men on the other hand had an increase in the wind causing larger storm surf great for some epic rides. Eight canoes flipped and needed help from 5 escort boats and 2 Lifegaurd boats. Thanks to LA County Lifegaurds for your help.

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  2. Empowerment Facilitator Aki'Ra Yashiro and Local boy Jason A. Hufalar, come together to use the gifted eyes of hale'Ra. Using the simplest tools, and a lifetime of misundestood creativity jason HOOFYLASOPHY (hoofy1293) attempts to capture hale'Ra's message of healing with the power of the Sun...you decide...

    Is it Marketing...or is Magic? Only Maui really Knows...Aloha

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  4. My first real MULTIMEDIA Resume
    looks like MAUI is finally ready to move up.

    Jason A. Hufalar
    (808)8708324 call anytime, I have been waiting for this business to begin

    POSITION : NEWl Media Marketing
    PROJECT MANAGER/CONTRACTOR/Certified GRAPHIC ARTIST/DIGITAL MEDIA/FUNDRAISING/Interactive Live streaming events/ Running with scissors/etc....

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  5. Unlocking Justice Conference 2009 sponsored by rhe Community Alliance on Prisons

    Soros Justice Fellowships

    Carrie Ann Shirota
    Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc.

    Over the last 15 years, the State of Hawaii has dramatically increased the practice of transferring its prison population to prisons on the American continent. This practice severs family ties, disconnects Hawaiians from cultural traditions, gives rise to prison gangs, and exacerbates challenges associated with community reintegration.

    Carrie Ann Shirota will work to mitigate and reduce the transfer of incarcerated Hawaiians to mainland prisons thousands of miles away. Shirota will collect data relating to out-of-state prisoner transfers and assess strategies employed in other U.S. jurisdictions that have reduced this practice. She will also examine native imprisonment and banishment within the U.S., with particular emphasis on how this problem impacts Native Hawaiians.

    Carrie Ann Shirota is an attorney and justice advocate on the island of Maui. She earned her undergraduate degree from Santa Clara University and JD from the University of Hawaii. Previously, Shirota worked as an enforcement attorney for the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission, as a public defender, and as the director of Maui Economic Opportunity's Being Empowered and Safe Reintegration Program.

    She is actively involved with Community Alliance on Prisons, a grassroots organization dedicated to improving the conditions of confinement for incarcerated individuals and advocating for alternatives to incarceration.

    Filmed by Henry Curtis

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