Currency-Building as a Kuleana (Responsibility)

Updated: Mar 22

After two years of laboring, Making It: What Today's Kids Need for Tomorrow's World was born yesterday. I sat down with Josh Reppun, host of the What Schools Could Be in Hawaii podcast, to talk about the launch, our shared Hawaiian history, and what it means to imagine a world where our kids could live to be 100.


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This podcast was fun to do. It brings out my identities as a mom, educator, writer, social worker, and kanaka (native Hawaiian). I hope you listen to this "Quick Kine Bite" of conversation. It's not even 45 minutes, perfect for a walk, drive, or while cooking dinner.

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