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    Community Awards Dinner

    Each year we convene a community gathering to share a meal and honor peace and justice changemakers in our communities, both individuals and organizations.

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    Our next awards dinner is Sunday, November 12th, 2017 at the Honpa Hongwanji Betsuin Social Hall. More information soon.

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    The TIAH Board

    The Interfaith Alliance Hawai‘i board of directors is made up of ministerial and lay leaders representing numerous faith traditions. Roster »

The Interfaith Alliance Hawai'i (TIAH) is a progressive voice promoting the healing role of religion in public life. We encourage dialogue, challenge extremism, and facilitate nonviolent community activism.

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“Women’s Health & Community” is the topic of August 15 Interfaith Open Table

Open Table - figures identified with different faith traditions reach to each other across a tableAt the August 2017 Interfaith Open Table event, to be hosted at Harris United Methodist Church, we team up with Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest and Hawaii to present a panel entitled, “Act. No Matter What: Women’s Health & Community.”

Community activists across the spectrum of political organizing, health care, and faith based organizations discuss the critical role of women’s health for healthy families and healthy communities. How can diverse communities Act, No Matter What, to ensure the right policies, responsible practices, and effective organizations for access to women’s health care?

The event is Tuesday, August 15, 7 p.m. at 20 S. Vineyard Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96813 (see map). For more information, including a list of panelists, see the related calendar item.

“Gangs & Drugs: Healing Hawaii” is the topic of July 18 Interfaith Open Table

Open Table - figures identified with different faith traditions reach to each other across a tableAt the July 2017 Interfaith Open Table event, to be hosted at Harris United Methodist Church, we will hear a presentation on gangs, drugs, and healing in Hawaii followed by a panel discussion featuring former gangbangers and addicts. What can WE do in the Interfaith Community to help ensure responsible policies, effective practices, and healthy organizations to help Heal Hawaii?

The event is Tuesday, July 18, 7 p.m. at 20 S. Vineyard Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96813 (see map). For more information, including a list of panelists, see the related calendar item.

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