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A panel discussion in collaboration with The New York Times on the investigation into money in Hawaii politics

About the Event:

You’re invited to Civil Cafe: Inside Hawaii’s Pay-to-Play Culture on Wednesday, July 10, 2024 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. HST at Civil Beat headquarters. Former New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet will join Civil Beat’s Blaze Lovell to talk about Blaze’s yearlong stint as a New York Times Local Investigations Fellow, the investigative reporting process and what it took to put together the in-depth report on the amount of money flowing from Hawaii’s government contractors to political candidates and elected officials. Civil Beat editor and general manager, Patti Epler, will moderate the discussion.

This free event will be live-streamed and recorded. The recording will be sent to everyone who registers, including those who cannot make it in-person. Transcripts will be available by request following the event. This event will be guided by questions pre-submitted from the audience. Send in your questions through this form or email them to membership@civilbeat.org.

A link to join the virtual event will be sent 24 hours prior to the event.

This event will be held at the Civil Beat headquarters in Kaimuki, located on the second floor above Goodwill Hawaii. Parking is located within the building at 3650 Waialae Avenue, entrance on Wilhelmina Rise. Parking validation for up to 2 hours will be provided for all attendees.

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