Monday, December 03, 2012
Keiko Bonk on “The Politics of Compassion” Wed 12/5/2012 7 a.m. at Harris Church
Stop by before work this Wednesday to hear a talk by Keiko Bonk. There’s usually plenty of opportunity for questions and discussions.
Bonk most recently challenged Speaker Calvin Say by running against him in his district.
The Interfaith Alliance of Hawaii Open Table meeting is free and open to the public. It starts at 7 a.m. at Harris United Methodist Church at Vineyard Blvd. and Nuuanu Ave. There’s plenty of parking and usually coffee and some cookies available to hold you until you get to the office later.
Here’s their announcement:
“The Politics of Compassion”
We are pleased to have community leader, activist, educator, and artist Keiko Bonk join us and share her vision of a more sustainable Island home for us all.
Keiko's life-long service within our community embodies compassion in action, where she has staunchly supported causes to protect the rights of individuals and also our fragile environment from exploitation and degradation by multi-national corporate interests.
Keiko's energetic and enthusiastic work towards cultivating more compassion in our Islands is truly inspiring and interfaith-affirming. Please join us!
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