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In honor of February being Black History Month, we would like to share the story of Smokestack Hardy with you. Arthur P. “Smokestack” Hardy was a black man who had a passion for fire history. Hardy dedicated his life to...... Read More
On January 20, 1870 Hiram Rhodes Revels (1827 – 1901) was the first African American elected to the United States Senate. Revels was born in Fayette, NC on September 27, 1827 to free parents. He was able to receive an...... Read More
Every Valentine deserves a rose that lasts forever. Students from Honolulu Community College’s Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology program continue an annual tradition of crafting a one-of-a-kind Valentines gift that is guaranteed not to fade.... Read More
Negro History Week, now known as Black History Month, was created by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in1926. Dr. Woodson (1875 – 1954) was the son of former slaves, who understood the important role that education played in securing and making...... Read More
On February 2, 1920 the Territorial Trade School of Kapālama opened its doors in the buildings of the Old Chinese Hospital (near what is today the trades complex). The then Territorial Trade School that started with 42 students in hand-me-down... Read More
Congratulations to Honolulu Community College Team 1 & Team 2 for placing 2nd and 10th at the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) International Builders Show in the Associate Programs category at the International Residential... Read More