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Nov.06.2012
Author Ron McElroy discusses his work to promote more job opportunities for indigenous Hawaiians by working with local advocates, media, and entrepreneurs. The projects underway will build new businesses that grow the economy and sustain the beautiful environment while empowering indigenous...
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Nov.06.2012
Author Ron McElroy discusses Hawaiian sovereignty, a grass-roots political movement of indigenous natives of the islands who are struggling to maintain their cultural values and economic survival in the face of outside colonial style exploitation. In this interview, he tells us how writing new...
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Nov.06.2012
Ron McElroy, author of the recently published memoir Wrong Side of the Tracks, talks about the troubled but passionate relationship of his mom and dad. Father Bill McElroy was a mentally unstable, violent and alcoholic, unreliable provider and father. Mother Tutu was an immigrant from Hawaii, a...
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Nov.06.2012
Author Ron McElroy explains why he wrote his new memoir Wrong Side of the Tracks. When he turned fifty, sold a prosperous company he'd built from scratch, and took some time off, Ron was overwhelmed with the desire to tell stories about his remarkable life. He thought at first that his tales of...
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Nov.06.2012
Ron McElroy, author of the new memoir "Wrong Side of the Tracks", shows how his book is about problems and experiences so many readers have experienced and will identify with: not enough money, an abusive alcoholic parent, discrimination against people of color (Hawaiian in his case), struggling...