Douglas Pyle, M.Div., Chair
Kekapa Lee, M.Div.
Goals and Activities
The strategic positioning goal of the Commission on Human Concerns is to be a catalyst and channel of communication, engaging the interfaith community in concern for social and human conditions that contravene accepted ethical and moral values e.g. poverty and violence.
- Responsible for engaging the interfaith community in social justice activities, and acting as a catalyst and channel of communication to or for other individuals and agencies promoting the well-being of all people in Honolulu and the State of Hawai‘i.
- Be concerned for social and human conditions that contravene accepted ethical and moral values, such as, homeless, wages, housing, crime, violence, and poverty.
Recent Action Items: Homelessness, Marriage Equality, Crime, Participating in the Forum on Economics of Jobs & Justice in the Current Economic Crisis, with economist Dr. Lawrence Bill Boyd of CLEAR (Center for Labor Education and Research, UH West Oahu).
Membership is open. For more information, please contact Rev. Doug Pyle. Thank you very much.