Hawai’i says ‘NO MORE’ to assault and violence

Posted on Mar 29, 2018 in Featured

TEAMWORK: Community leaders and women legislators work to end domestic violence.

The numbers are chilling: 500 domestic violence and sexual assault survivors seek help every day in Hawai‘i. To drive home the point, the governor joined with the Hawai‘i Says NO MORE coalition and the Women’s Legislative Caucus to raise awareness of the crisis throughout the state.

Hawai‘i says NO MORE is part of a national movement to end the violence and help victims find support. “These are our relatives, neighbors and friends, not just statistics,” said the governor. “They deserve to be heard and protected.”

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