1. E Mau Ke Ea- January 2011- Balancing Alternative Energy, Economic Revitalization, & Native Hawaiian Values- Part 2


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    The January 2011 E Mau Ke Ea show features a panel discussion held on November 12, 2010 at the annual convention of the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs. The panel was facilitated by Dr. Chuck Burrows and this show features the second speaker, Kale Gumapac of the Kanaka Council. For more information contact Malia Nobrega at malianob@gmail.com or visit us at indigenousportal.com

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      http://www.innovatememphis.com/ MemFix is a collaborative and community-driven effort to re-design and temporarily activate two or more city blocks over a weekend to demonstrate the "art of the possible." The objective is to serve as a tool for engaging community residents and to showcase how great streets, active retail, and quality public spaces can be drivers of neighborhood economic vitality. PRODUCED/SHOT/EDITED BY JUSTIN ELLIOTT THOMPSON

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      • Revitalizing Communities with Parks


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        Watch an animation that explains how to revitalize an under-served urban community with a new park. See how communities without green space can thrive when provided with valuable space for social interaction.

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