- The Battle for Brooklyn: a Film Screening January 3 & 4 1:00 PM and 7:30 PM
- Racial Rebellion: The End of the Victim/Grievance Movement Wednesday, November 30, 2011 11:45am-1:15pm
- HPPRS Event for November 8, 2011 November 8, 2011, 7:30-9:30 AM
- What is Liberty and What is the Role of Government in Protecting It? Monday, November 7, 2011 11:45-1:15pm
- October 12, 2011 HPPRS Event October 12, 11:45 AM to 1:15 PM
- Legalize It? Solutions to Prostitution Problems in Chinatown Tuesday, Oct. 4 - 6:00pm
- September 26, 2011 HPPRS Events September 26, 2011 11:40-5:00
- Celebrate Freedom . . . Friday, July 29, 2011, 11:30am
- Lunch with U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann Wednesday, February 2nd from 11:30am to 1pm
- Hawaii Public Policy Forum: Round Table Discussion featuring Dan Subotnick Wednesday, January 19, 2011 from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
- Talk Radio Talk Story Thursday, January 13th 5:30 to 7:30 pm
- HawaiiVotes.org Web Site Demonstration ongoing
Legalize It? Solutions to Prostitution Problems in Chinatown
William S. Richardson School of Law Classroom 2
Tuesday, Oct. 4 - 6:00pm
This will be a panel discussion hosted by the UH Law School Chapter of the Federalist Society.
Light dinner will be served.
The panelists are:
Known as the “Scarlot Harlot” Carol Leigh has been a sex worker and activist since the late seventies. A poet and performance artist, she coined the term "sex worker" in 1979. Leigh founder of BAYSWAN (Bay Area Sex Worker Advocacy Project) is webmistress of Prostitutes Education Network. As a founding member of ACT UP, she organized a campaign against mandatory HIV testing of prostitutes.
After serving in the Air Force, Dolores Mollring worked at First Hawaiian Bank for thirty-eight years. She has been a member of Oahu’s Downtown Neighborhood Board for the past fifteen years. She has lived in the Chinatown area for forty-three years and has been head of the Chinatown Citizen’s Patrol for the past sixteen years.
Tracy Ryan is the Harm Reduction Hawaii Executive Director. She is an activist interested in protecting the lives and livelihoods of Hawaii’s transsexual people. She has been Chair of the Libertarian Party of Hawaii, a candidate for public office, a member of the Makiki Neighborhood Board, and was the organizer of the 1997 "Prostitutes are People Too" conference. She is a leading voice for A.P.L.E. (Arresting Prostitutes is Legal Exploitation.)
Tom Smyth is a retired Marine and an economic development consultant. He has been a member of the Downtown Neighborhood Board since 1995 and has served as Chair, Vice-Chair, and Secretary during various terms. He has a Masters of Engineering Administration from George Washington University. He has presented seminars on the impacts of sex trafficking and prostitution on the tourism industry.
Correcting historical revisionism and misconceptions promoted by the Akaka Bill.
How Fast Does The State Government Spend Your Money?