Our commitment to racial justice

June 2, 2020

By now, you’ve seen the fight for racial justice across the country. At HCAN, we remember the names of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor, and we stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. 

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As child care guidelines are released, concerns remain about economic ramifications for providers

By Jackalyn Carione

This week, Hawaiʻi’s Department of Human Services (DHS) released new guidelines detailing how child care providers can start serving more children as other businesses begin reopening. The guidelines include detailed cleaning and sanitizing protocols and new rules meant to maintain the safety and health of children, parents, and employees.

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Welcome to HCAN’s new blog, Keiki First!

By Jackalyn Carione

We’re providing regular updates on issues affecting children and families in Hawaiʻi. This week, we’re starting with a topic on the mind of many families: child care.

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