“Diversity In Place” Film Festival aired on HPR

“Diversity In Place” Film Festival.

Hawai’i is recognized as the most diverse state in the nation, but the rest of the U.S., as well as urban centers worldwide, are following our lead. Urban and regional planners are looking at how attitudes and the built environment encourage or discourage this trend. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa reports on an upcoming film series that explores the issues. The 3rd Annual “Diversity in Place” film series opens April 28th at the UH Manoa Center for Hawaiian Studies. The films continue Friday April 29th at Marks’ Garage. Check www.diversityinplace.org for information and a full schedule.

Aired today {April 19} on 88.1 FM at 7:30 am and 8:30 pm & 89.3 FM between 8-9 am and at 1:30 pm

audio file: audio/mpeg icondive0419.mp3

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