youth

Ku'uwehi Hiraishi

Micronesians are Hawaiʻi’s newest and fastest growing immigrant population. For more than 30 years, citizens of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, and Palau, moved to Hawaiʻi to seek greater opportunities for employment and education. And now, the voice of the next generation of this immigrant population is emerging. HPR’s Kuʻuwehi Hiraishi reports.

WolfBlur / Pixabay
WolfBlur / Pixabay

Back pain is quite common in adults, but how often does this happen in kids? Can things like scoliosis be treated if identified early enough? Can an app actually help for diagnosing your children? Next time on The Body Show, a talk with an expert about the best way to handle back pain for our youth.

Kalihi Valley Instructional Bike Exchange

This Saturday, bicycles are ruling the roads in Kalihi Valley. The First Annual Kalihi Ahupuaʻa Bike Ride will give riders a chance to experience the valley like never before. HPR reporter Ku’uwehi Hiraishi went for a spin.

noe tanigawa
noe tanigawa

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.”  When Margaret Mead said that, she could have been talking about a lot of community groups, including the small, hard working team that has kept the ARTS at Marks Garage alive for fifteen years now.   HPR's Noe Tanigawa reports.

The Conversation: Friday, May 6th, 2016

May 6, 2016
Flickr - Robin Hughes

The Cost of Building Renewable Electricity; Parade of Farms; New Recommendation for Treating Youth ADHD; A Discovery at the Edge of the Solar System

What a Difference a Rate Makes, UHERO blog: Michael Roberts

Town Square: Youth Activism

Jul 10, 2014

Youth Activism, Island Style. What defines it, how much power does it really wield and what social change is it driving? Our panel includes the founder of 808 Urban, John “Prime” Hina, Lisa Grandinetti  from the Aikea Movement and Kanu Hawai‘i executive director, James Koshiba.  

Across the state, most school students, parents, teachers and staff are into the final week of the academic year.  Graduations are in full swing, and there is a lot of celebratory music going on. 

The Realities of Foster Care

May 16, 2013

Many of the children in the foster care system come from broken homes and have suffered some type of trauma or abuse...so how does foster care help or hinder how they cope and prepare them for life on their own?  We'll talk with David Drews, Na `Ohana Pulama division administrator, and Gernani Yutob, Jr., the president of the HI H.O.P.E.S. Youth Leadership Board on O'ahu and a therapeutic foster care mom who supports emotionally and behaviorally challenged kids and youth ages 5-19.