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Bob Nakata

The advocate for the working poor is pleased with how a city housing deal has turned out

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 05, 2012

~~<p>The Rev. Bob Nakata was wearing his clerical collar on the day of the interview this week &mdash; he had just come from a pastoral meeting &mdash; but that's usually not the dominant element in his daily wardrobe. In fact, he's worn several hats over the course of his career in social activism. Pastor at Kahaluu United Methodist Church. Former state representative and senator.</p>
<p>Now he's best known for his work as an advocate for the working poor and homeless with Faith Action for Community Equity (FACE), a coalition constituted of various religious congregations and secular nonprofit organizations.</p>
~~

The Rev. Bob Nakata was wearing his clerical collar on the day of the interview this week — he had just come from a pastoral meeting — but that's usually not the dominant element in his daily wardrobe. In fact, he's worn several hats over the course of his career in social activism. Pastor at Kahaluu United Methodist Church. Former state representative and senator.

Now he's best known for his work as an advocate for the working poor and homeless with Faith Action for Community Equity (FACE), a coalition constituted of various religious congregations and secular nonprofit organizations. Login for more...



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