Punahou hosted two distinguished speakers as part of the Davis Democracy Initiative last week. Esteemed Judge Dan Foley, known for his role in LGBTQ marriage equality, spoke on Monday, while California attorney Daniel Livingston presented on contemporary conservatism on Friday.
Foley, an influential figure in Hawai‘i’s legal history, detailed his advocacy in the Baehr v. Lewin case, which launched the nationwide conversation on marriage equality. He shared insights with students at Luke Lecture Hall and later engaged in smaller group discussions.
Daniel Livingston offered perspectives on “The Conservative Movement in America Today” during a lunchtime talk, contributing to a balanced understanding of current issues.
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