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Tourism leaders join fight against sex trafficking

  • Krystle Marcellus / kmarcellus@staradvertiser.com

    Ho‘ola na Pua volunteers Bryan Munoz, left, and Johnny Bitanga held a sign reading, “Stop sex trafficking on our islands” at a rally Monday to support Human Trafficking Awareness Day at Tamarind Park in Honolulu.

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    I don’t think Waikiki or other parts of the community have improved much in the last 30 years. If anything, the problem has gotten worse.”

    Tammy Bitanga (shown right)

    Ho‘ola na Pua community events coordinator

Female leaders from Hawaii’s tourism industry have joined the “$1,000 for 1,000” movement to get Ho‘ola na Pua closer to opening a residential treatment facility for underage victims of sex trafficking. Read more

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