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Scenes from around Oahu on Labor Day 2020

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Maili Beach Park was almost barren of activity on Labor Day due to park closures.
2/17
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A driver and passenger held onto an inflatable as they parked near Kaiona Beach Park in Waimanalo on Labor Day.
3/17
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Children gathered grass to feed horses along the roadside after spending time at Ke'eau Beach in Waianae on Labor Day. Pictured, from left, are Kana Kamalu, his brother Aycon, 8, and Bryson Mendoza, 9.
4/17
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Drew Thomas relaxed while wearing a mask at a friend’s house in Waimanalo on Labor Day.
5/17
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People parked along Kalanianaole Highway to hit the waters at Makapu'u Beach on Labor Day.
6/17
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The entrance to Sandy Beach Park was barricaded on Labor Day as part of park closures to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
7/17
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Sandy Beach Park had activity in the water but little else on Labor Day this year.
8/17
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People traversed the beach in Waimanalo on Labor Day. Most beaches were barren due to the park closures and stay at home/work at home order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. People were allowed to cross the beach to enter the water for exercise and other ocean activities.
9/17
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Women wore masks as they traversed the beach in Waimanalo on Labor Day.
10/17
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A group called Kia'i 4 da Keiki organized a convoy today starting at Maunalua Bay in Hawaii Kai and ending at the Waianae Mall to bring awareness to the sex trafficking of adults and children.
11/17
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Zydhen Naki, 1, with siblings in the family car at Maunalua Bay today.
12/17
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Leighton Badayos, in red, showed Sonia Gomes marks on his wrists from handcuffs after being released from the Kapolei Police Station on Labor Day. Badayos is the organizer of Kia'i 4 da Keiki, a group against the sex trafficking of adults and children, and led a convoy to bring attention to the issue on Labor Day. He was arrested by police at the Waianae Mall while gathering and sign waving with his group for investigation of violating the stay at home order.
13/17
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A group called Kia'i 4 da Keiki organized a convoy starting at Maunalua Bay in Hawaii Kai and ending at the Waianae Mall to bring awareness to the sex trafficking of adults and children on Labor Day.
14/17
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A group called Kia'i 4 da Keiki organized a convoy starting at Maunalua Bay in Hawaii Kai and ending at the Waianae Mall to bring awareness to the sex trafficking of adults and children on Labor Day.
15/17
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A group called Kia'i 4 da Keiki organized a convoy starting at Maunalua Bay in Hawaii Kai and ending at the Waianae Mall to bring awareness to the sex trafficking of adults and children on Labor Day.
16/17
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A group called Kia'i 4 da Keiki organized a convoy starting at Maunalua Bay in Hawaii Kai and ending at the Waianae Mall to bring awareness to the sex trafficking of adults and children on Labor Day.
17/17
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Leighton Badayos, left, gathered with fellow convoy participants after being released from the Kapolei Police Station on Labor Day. Badayos is the organizer of Kia'i 4 da Keiki, a group against the sex trafficking of adults and children, and led a convoy to bring attention to the issue. He was arrested by police at the Waianae Mall while gathering and sign waving with his group for investigation of violating the stay at home order.