Kauaʻi Soapbox on
Kauaʻi community radio
Kaʻimi Hermosura, Konohiki; Amber Lily, Marshall Paul and friends discuss issues facing Kauaʻi and beyond and how these issues are seen in the context of the Native Hawaiian experience. Join the conversation every Tuesday from 4-6pm on KKCR.
Kauaʻi Soapbox is a public affairs, community-driven call-in talk show and we welcome your information, insights, announcements and whatever else you may have to share. We especially want to hear from our political candidates!
To join us on the air call (808) 826-7771 Tuesdays between 4:15 and 5:45pm HST. Archives of the two previous shows are available here.
Kumu Kaai sings E Hō Mai.
A Kauaʻi Soapbox caller asks Kaʻimi Hermosura, Konohiki what his vision is for Wailuanuiahoʻano and he replies.
May 1, 2018
I KA UA O KOKEʻE
Kekahu foundation/KKCR Mission statement
KKCR is Kauaʻi's independent, non-commercial, listener-supported community radio station. KKCR seeks to:
• Stimulate, educate and entertain our audience
• Preserve, perpetuate and celebrate Hawaiian culture
• Reflect the diversity of the local and world community
KKCR provides a forum for overlooked, suppressed, or under-represented voices and music. The Kekahu Foundation facilitates this broadcasting opportunity.
Ke Ala nuʻukia a kkcr/kekahu foundation
ʻO KKCR ka hui lekiō kūʻokoʻa no Kauaʻi. He hui lekiō kaiāulu, e paepae ʻia ai e ka lehulehu a e hoʻolele ana me ka hoʻolaha ʻole.
Nā pahu hopu a KKCR:
• E hoʻoulu i ka hoi, e aʻo aku, a e hoʻohauʻoli hoʻi i nā hoa hoʻolohe
• E mālama, e hoʻomau a e hoʻolauleʻa pū i nā mea a me ka nohona Hawaiʻi
• Hōʻike i ka nani ākea o ko kākou kaiāulu a me ke kaiāulu kūwaho
He kahua ʻo KKCR no nā leo a me nā mele laha loa pū nō me ka laha ʻole. ʻO ke Kekahu Foundation ka mea e hoʻoholo ai ia mau papahana lekiō.
Hawaiian translation by Kellen and Līhau Paik