Ice Families: They Are Us

Jun 9, 2016

Credit Wikipedia Commons

The time it takes to process experience is what accounts for the lag between Hawai‘i’s most publicized ice epidemic in the early 2000’s, and artworks dealing with the subject.  Just this year, a new play and novel deal with a particularly Hawai‘i aspect of the problem.  HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on the role of families.

An extended version of these interviews is part of Episode 3 of HPR’s podcast “Hawai‘i’s New Ice Age: Crystal Meth in the Islands.” All 3 episodes can be found at hawai‘ipublicradio.org…..and on iTunes.