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  You may notice that this monthly program guide is skinnier than it was last month, as if it went on a crash diet. There was indeed a crash of sorts, one that all of us are dealing with in one way or another: the economic fall-out from COVID-19.
INSIGHTS ON PBS HAWAIʻI continues its coverage on COVID-19 with a special 90-minute edition with Hawaiʻi’s four County Mayors answering questions about the battle against COVID-19.
Bank of Hawaii Foundation has renewed its major support of PBS Hawaiʻiʻs youth learning initiative:  HIKI NŌ: The Nation’s First Statewide Student News Network, with a $100,000 grant. Bank of Hawaii Foundation’s investment dates back to the launch of HIKI NŌ in 2011.
Insights on PBS Hawai‘i kicks off its four-month series of live candidate forums Thursday, July 5 at 8:00 pm with a scheduled discussion with the Democratic Primary candidates for Governor, incumbent David Ige and Congresswoman Colleen Hanabusa.

As part of our Kākou program, we asked members in our community: What does “Kākou” mean to you?

A Special Message By Robbie Alm Outgoing Chair, PBS Hawai‘i Board of Directors   All of us who serve on the PBS Hawai‘i Board feel so privileged and honored to do so.
A half-hour documentary about the late University of Hawai‘i Hawaiian history professor, Kanalu Young, is set to make its statewide broadcast premiere on PBS Hawai‘i.
The Central Pacific Bank Foundation has made a two-year, $50,000 donation to PBS Hawaiʻi for the renovation and construction of the public television station’s new facility.
The Island Insurance Foundation has donated $50,000 to PBS Hawaiʻi for the renovation and construction of the public television station’s new facility.
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