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August 10, 2018 – North Hawaii Chavurah Erev Shabbat
You are invited to join the North Hawaii Chavurah at our next gathering and shabbat celebration on Friday August 10th, 6pm at Restaurant No 3, Mauna Kea Beach Resort.
We will welcome Pablo Beimer, a local activist and slam poet who will inspire our participation in Tikkun Olam (repairing the world), one of our most important mitzvoth.
Please bring a potluck dish to share(no pork or shellfish).
Inform the guard at the gate that you are attending the event at No 3. Look forward to seeing you there.
North Hawaii Chavurah Coordinator
PS: let me know if you have any ideas for future guests or events.
Spoken Word as An Outlet for Activism:
Pablo Akira Beimler currently lives in Honokaʻa and chairs the North Hawaiʻi Action Network, which is a group of Hawaii Island community members committed to protecting human rights, civil liberties, equality, and the health of our home planet. He has increasingly used the art form of spoken word (a.k.a. slam poetry) as a means for dissecting the issues we face and inspiring activism in others. Also as a full-time wildfire community outreach coordinator, he has taken a great interest in supporting self-driven community efforts, especially those of marginalized communities, towards preventing wildfire risk and plans to pursue a graduate degree in relation to this field. Pablo is the son of a Japanese mother and a German-Ukranian-Jewish father who was born and raised in Mexico. Pablo strongly believes in the positive impacts a multi-cultural future can have on a society.