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The PBS Hawaiʻi Newsletter
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MAY 2023


Here are some of our May stories you can only see on the PBS Hawaiʻi YouTube channel:
Click HERE to see how the Artificial Intelligence Precision Health Institute is using new technology in the fight against cancer here in the islands.
Chris Caravalho talks about balancing his career fighting crime as an officer for the Honolulu Police Department, and his passion for creating masked crimefighters based on Hawaiian culture as the founder of Mana Comics. Click HERE to watch.
ICYMI – Here are some of May’s most popular PBS Hawaiʻi videos:
PBS Hawaiʻi Classics takes you back in time to South Kona on Hawaiʻi island. Once home to many fishing villages, only one remains: Miloliʻi. Click HERE to watch.
Want more Classics episodes? Check out this PLAYLIST on the PBS Hawai’i YouTube channel.
A contemporary streetwear brand based in the heart of Honolulu, Fitted Hawaii uses the non-traditional medium of apparel and hats to share stories about the history and culture of Hawaiʻi. Click HERE to watch.
And, in case you missed any episodes of our audio podcast WHAT SCHOOL YOU WENT?:
5/3 – Teen Depression in Hawaii (with Dr. Mestisa Gass): In recognition of Mental Health Awareness month, we revisit our conversation about teen depression in the islands with Dr. Mestisa Gass from Mental Health America of Hawaiʻi.
5/10 – Cori’s Cake Dreams (with Cori Nakamoto): Cori Nakamoto details her journey to becoming a baker and competing on Netflix’s “Sugar Rush: Extra Sweet.”
5/17 – Waikīkī Walls (with John Clark): Historian John Clark talks about how the famous surf spot came to be.
5/24 – The Hawaiian Punch (with Jesus Salud): Legendary boxing champion Jesus Salud revisits his storied career.
5/31 – Teen Suicide (with Dr. Mestisa Gass): Teen suicide numbers are increasing in Hawaiʻi. It’s a difficult topic to talk about, but Dr. Mestisa Gass from Mental Health America of Hawaiʻi explains the importance of having the conversation, and how to identify cries for help.
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