Tourism leaders join fight against sex trafficking
By Allison Schaefers email@example.com
Jan. 12, 2016
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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.
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.”