The Musubi Truck launches ‘Feeding the Keiki’ campaign for winter break
KAPA‘A — “I no mo’ one dollah, aunty,” one school-aged student told Kelly Kakalia of The Musubi Truck. “I only get 50 cents.”
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The lunch is good and so is the good intention, but I would suggest to all people involved with children and their education to make a concerted effort to get rid of Pidgeon as it encourages our children to be less functional in life as they grow. It is all well and dandy while on the islands, but not so good if your future takes you to the mainland or beyond.
Let’s get Hawaii education at the level of mainland schools or higher and it starts with proper communication skills. We have Ebonics in the mainland and those kids do not fare as well as those who have proper communication skills.