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Attend Panel Discussion on A Living Wage

A minimum wage worker in Hawai‘i currently makes $10.10 per hour. With inflation and Hawai‘i's high cost of living, this is not enough to live in Hawai‘i. "Raising the minimum wage to a livable level—a Living Wage—would give Hawaiʻi's consumer economy a massive boost while giving Hawaiʻi's working families the financial opportunity to thrive here in our island home." (Source: raiseuphawaii.org/our-vision)

Learn about how we can support Hawai‘i's economy and working families with a Living Wage. Join the Justice and Witness Missional Team and Raise Up Hawai‘i with others from the community for a panel discussion on Thursday, February 24, at 12:00 p.m. HST.


Panelists:

  • Nate Hix, a mortgage broker and living wage advocate with Living Wage Hawai‘i

  • Jhoe Rosales (he/him/his), a student and worker in Honolulu

  • Rev. Valerie Ross, Associate Conference Minister for the Hawai‘i Conference United Church of Christ

Linda Rich, Chair of the Justice and Witness Missional Team of the Hawai‘i Conference United Church of Christ will moderate the discussion.



We are called to support a Living Wage!

In 2019, the 197th ‘Aha Pae‘āina of the Hawai‘i Conference United Church of Christ passed a resolution encouraging churches to take positive steps toward a holistic living wage.




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