Wailau: Storytelling at UH Hilo

Wailau Archives: April 2021

The 2nd Wailau event with the theme "A Just World" premiered on April 24, 2021 at 2:00pm. Watch below:

Student hosts Kuʻuhiapo Jeong and Dayva Escobar along with our topic expert Carlton Ruley, from the Hawaiʻi County Office of the Prosecuting Attorney’s Restorative Justice Program, hosted the second Wailau event. The stories were filmed on stage at UH Hilo's Performing Arts Center. Our hosts and storytellers joined us for live chat during the premiere.

We applaud our brave storytellers, sharing their stories of “A Just World”:

Read more about our April Wailau storytellers and hosts

Evangeline Lemieux: “An Apology

Nicholas Iwamoto: “I’d Like a Large Order of Justice With a Side of Justice

Taylor & Antoinette Smith:
Love Should Have No Bounds

Kathleen Baumgardner:
Lunch in a Just World

Reynelson K. Martin Jr.:
A Guarded Reflection

View prior Wailau storys at the Archives

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