Danger Alert: C19 Safety Failure at Iwilei Costco Honolulu

UPDATE 8.7.2020: Hawai'i officials did it again: punished the many for the failures of the few. Oahu parks and beaches, which reopened in May, will be closed again, starting 12:01am Saturday. All 303 city-run parks and 18 state-operated sites on island will be closed. Honolulu mayor, Kirk Caldwell, said: "“We need to clamp down as … Continue reading Danger Alert: C19 Safety Failure at Iwilei Costco Honolulu

Memorial Day 2018: some serve America while most serve themselves

I come from a long line of heroes. I wrote about my great, great grandfather, Robert A. Lower, who earned the Congressional Medal of Honor at the Siege of Vicksburg. He was one of 18 survivors from a regiment of 120 union solders who fought to end slavery in America. Black Americans are free today … Continue reading Memorial Day 2018: some serve America while most serve themselves

NFL does the Right Thing and bans protests

Let me be clear — Black Americans suffer discrimination in many ways. My family, such as Robert A. Lower, has been fighting for their human rights for generations. Yesterday, NYC Mayor, Bill De Blasio, directed police to stop arresting people for using cannabis in public. The city nabbed 17,880 people last year for "low-level" marijuana … Continue reading NFL does the Right Thing and bans protests

Honor Robert A. Lower for Black History Month

CK, Colin Kaepernick, is a rich ex-football player who is popular with Millennials, sells t-shirts, and "takes a knee" in protest of a flag and anthem from a country he claims is racist, in his opinion. He shames those who remain neutral when facing injustice. CK, do you know my great, great grandfather, Robert A. … Continue reading Honor Robert A. Lower for Black History Month