WHY IT MATTERS: CIVIC AND ELECTORAL PARTICIPATION
Why It Matters joins three intertwining strands of programming and media projects. Partnering with the King Kamehameha V Judiciary History Center, the Civic Education Council, and Kāhuli Leo Leʻa, and others, we believe this three-strand lei of programming and media will empower and inspire more of us in our community to not only engage with the election and the legislature this year, but continue to act to care for, strengthen, and enrich our communities through longterm committed civic engagement.
We are committed to exploring courageous and controversial topics that matter to our communities, and creating spaces for true exchange and listening across our different viewpoints. In this way, we build genuine and robust political participation.
Find out more about our 2021 programming HERE.