Kim Coco Iwamoto

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Kim Coco Iwamoto

“Militarization, Sexual Violence, and Sovereignty in the Pacific”

Democratic Socialists of Honolulu March 5 2019·

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Join us for “Militarization, Sexual Violence, and Sovereignty in the Pacific”, a screening of documentary film, Call Her Ganda, followed by a Panel Discussion with speakers: Atty. Virginia Lacsa Suarez, Kim Coco Iwamoto, Yvonne Mahelona & Jen Jenkins.

DSA backing

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Former BOE member w/ long history of fighting for the marginalized, Kim Coco Iwamoto is running to turn the Lt. Governor's office into the People's House: a place to advocate for housing for all, social + economic justice, full funding for public education from pre-K to grad ed.

DSA member

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Democratic Socialists of Honolulu shared a post. May 21 at 6:39pm.

With her long history of fighting for the marginalized and for social and economic justice, the Democratic Socialists of Honolulu strongly support fellow member Kim Coco Iwamoto in her mission to turn the Lt. Governor's office into the People's House: a place to advocate for housing for all, full funding for public education from pre-K to graduate school, and a real living wage of $22/hour in Hawaii.

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