Mala Htun, a political scientist and professor at the University of New Mexico, argues that pushing back against economic discrimination requires changing norms as women increasingly enter the skilled workforce.
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Decidedly one of the more comedic films on this list, “Finding ‘Ohana” is a film about two siblings, Pili (Kea Peahu) and E (Alex Aiono), and their summer in rural Oahu with their grandfather.Courtesy of Netflix/Tudum
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Screenwriter Finn Blomquist Eggerling ’23.5 wrote the script for "Visitation" as a means of finding a creative outlet to work through their personal experience with grief. Courtesy of Tatiana Mandis