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Tommy Waters KSK’83 helps kick off “Ka Piko Podcast’s” series highlighting ‘ōiwi leaders on the Honolulu City Council, and shares his mana‘o on an array of topics ranging from his early days in politics, to crucial issues affecting Native Hawaiians today.

‘Ka Piko Podcast’ with City Council Chair Waters showcases ‘ōiwi leadership

Mar. 10, 2021

To kick off “Ka Piko Podcast’s” series highlighting ‘ōiwi leaders on the Honolulu City Council, Tommy Waters KSK’83 shares his mana‘o on an array of topics ranging from his early days in politics, to crucial issues affecting Native Hawaiians today.

“Ka Piko Podcast,” which was launched by Kamehameha Schools in 2019, highlights innovative approaches to education and community-building through a Native Hawaiian lens.

The podcast is currently available to stream and download through multiple podcast and music platforms including Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio and Google Podcasts. It is also available in the I Mua Newsroom, and the video version is available on KS’ YouTube channel.

In addition to bringing attention to key issues facing Native Hawaiians, the podcast focuses on developing leaders through multiple platforms including education, music, sports and entertainment. According to Edison Research, 100 million Americans listen to podcasts every month.



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