March 8th, 2024:

Maui housing advocates express concerns during meeting with Mayor Bissen

March 3rd, 2024:

Hawaiʻi Workers Center shines light on housing issues impacting some Lahaina wildfire survivors

February 29th, 2024:

Hawaii Workers Center holds press conference with information on Maui housing resources

Housing advocates encourage Maui’s Filipino fire survivors to reach out for help

February 23rd, 2024:

Maui tenants call for eviction moratorium extension, expansion

February 22nd, 2024:

Maui housing advocates beg governor to close loophole on evictions

January 9th, 2024:

Hawaiʻi Workers Center PSA by ʻŌlelo Community Media

January 6th, 2024:

Hawaii Workers Center pleased Gov. Green extended emergency proclamation for Maui wildfires

January 5th, 2024:

Hawaii Workers Center happy with extended emergency wildfire proclamation

January 1st, 2024:

Hawaii minimum wage gets bumped to $14 per hour

December 17th, 2023:

Column: Permanent ceasefire needed in Gaza

December 15th, 2023:

Renters Fear Unintended Consequences Of Tax Breaks To Help House Maui Fire Survivors

December 3rd, 2023:

Can we talk about the different wages?

December 1st, 2023:

Grant to support comprehensive disaster response for Lahaina’s Filipino community

November 6th, 2023:

Lahaina’s Filipino Community Is Fighting For Its Voice

October 24th, 2023:

Maui rally highlights plight of renters in wake of fires

October 6th, 2023:

Filipino Workers’ Role in Hawaii’s Labor Movement Part 2

October 1st, 2023:

Column: Gather will to fix our broken legislative process

September 29th, 2023:

Micronesian tenants fight back against ‘terrible’ apartment conditions

September 3rd, 2023:

As Maui’s economy falters, advocates call for more protections to keep people in their homes

September 2nd, 2023:

Are the billions of dollars raised for disaster relief going to the most vulnerable?

August 31st, 2023:

Filipino community asks government not to ‘forget them’ in Maui wildfire recovery

August 29th, 2023:

These Maui Tenants Didn’t Lose Their Homes In The Fire, But They’re Still Being Displaced

August 26th, 2023

Several groups make their voices heard at State Capitol regarding Maui related issues.

August 25th, 2023:

Advocates call for protection of Maui tenants, workers in wildfire recovery plans

July 16th, 2023:

Are You Confused With Overtime Pay Qualification?

July 1st, 2023:

Look Out For the Pink Insurance Envelope!

June 12th, 2023:

Letter: Supreme Court weakens unions’ rights to strike.

May 1st, 2023:

Column: Grow power of organized workers, on and past May Day

April 23rd, 2023:

Safe water advocates organize ‘Walk for Water’ to call for immediate shut down of Red Hill Facility

April 22nd, 2023:

Hawaii CEO rose only slightly in 2022, but critics say executive salaries are still too high.

April 9th, 2023:

Column: Maui health workers needed to strike

March 28th, 2023:

Column: Women workers most harmed by restaurant ‘tip rip-off’

March 17th, 2023:

Working families rally at the Hawaii state capitol for paid family leave, affordable housing

March 8th, 2023:

Workers reliant on tips hope to get rid of tip penalties in Hawaii.

March 7th, 2023:

Meeting to rally workers in efforts to end tip penalty.

February 12th, 2023:

Hawaii advocates seek to raise awareness about key tax credit for working families.

June 27, 2022:

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

April 28, 2022:

Clock is ticking on minimum wage bill

April 13, 2022:

Minimum wage bill passes Hawaii Senate

March 8, 2022:

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

February 3, 2022:

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

November 3, 2021:

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

September 17, 2021:

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

September 8, 2021:

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

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

July 16, 2021:

Unemployed people rally for benefits

March 23, 2021:

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

March 12, 2021:

Unemployment aid coalition targets Hawai’i Convention Center

March 2, 2021:

Hawaiʻi’s Unemployed Need Easier Ways To Resolve Problems

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

November 5, 2020:

Protesters Demand Accessible Unemployment Services

November 4, 2020:

October 11, 2020:

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