October 11, 2020:

Advocates Worry Immigrant Working Families Struggling to Get By Amid Pandemic Woes

November 4, 2020:


November 5, 2020:

Protesters Demand Accessible Unemployment Services

November 6, 2020:

November 12, 2020:

February 23, 2021:

Column: Respect and defend Hawaiʻi’s workers, from UI to living wage

February 24, 2021:

Unemployed workers, advocacy groups rally over unemployment system woes

Kokua Line: Rally today over ‘broken’ unemployment system to demand in-person service, timely benefits

March 2, 2021:

Hawaiʻi’s Unemployed Need Easier Ways To Resolve Problems

March 12, 2021:

Unemployment aid coalition targets Hawai’i Convention Center

March 23, 2021:

Frustration over Hawaiʻi’s jammed-up unemployment system prompts rally

July 16, 2021:

Unemployed people rally for benefits

July 21, 2021:

Hawaiʻi’s unemployment office scheduled to open in September

State unemployment offices to reopen for in-person visits in September

Hawaiʻi unemployment issues to be addressed in-person starting Sept. 7

September 8, 2021:

Nonprofit calls on Governor to reopen unemployment offices to help Hawaiʻi’s low wage workers

September 17, 2021:

Workers In Hawaiʻi Face New Job Losses — This Time Without A Safety Net

November 3, 2021:

Hawaiʻi’s Unemployment Office Will Open For Walk-Ins On Dec. 1

February 3, 2022:

Column: Raise wages, workers’ living standards, enhance public health

March 8, 2022:

House Approves Minimum Wage, Mauna Kea Bills After Emotional Floor Debate

April 13, 2022:

Minimum wage bill passes Hawaii Senate

April 28, 2022:

Clock is ticking on minimum wage bill

June 27, 2022:

Owners give Lahaina tenants more time; rally highlights Maui’s housing woes