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More data needed on missing, murdered Native Hawaiian women

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                                Khara Jabola-Carolus, executive director of the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women, speaks Wednesday at a news conference announcing the release of “Holoi a nalo Wahine ‘Oiwi: Missing and Murdered Native Hawaiian Women and Girls Task Force Report (Part 1),” at the state Capitol.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@ STARADVERTISER.COM

Khara Jabola-Carolus, executive director of the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women, speaks Wednesday at a news conference announcing the release of “Holoi a nalo Wahine ‘Oiwi: Missing and Murdered Native Hawaiian Women and Girls Task Force Report (Part 1),” at the state Capitol.

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                                Dayna Schultz, of the anti-violence organization Pouhana O Na Wahine, spoke Wednesday at the state Capitol and urged people to talk about issues highlighted in the Holoi a nalo Wahine ‘Oiwi report. “Do not be afraid to speak of it — because silence continues the shame,” Schultz said.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Dayna Schultz, of the anti-violence organization Pouhana O Na Wahine, spoke Wednesday at the state Capitol and urged people to talk about issues highlighted in the Holoi a nalo Wahine ‘Oiwi report. “Do not be afraid to speak of it — because silence continues the shame,” Schultz said.

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                                Makanalani Gomes, of AF3IRM, a feminist and decolonization organization, held a fist in the air Wednesday at the state Capitol as she discussed a report on missing and murdered Native Hawaiian women.
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Makanalani Gomes, of AF3IRM, a feminist and decolonization organization, held a fist in the air Wednesday at the state Capitol as she discussed a report on missing and murdered Native Hawaiian women.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@ STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Khara Jabola-Carolus, executive director of the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women, speaks Wednesday at a news conference announcing the release of “Holoi a nalo Wahine ‘Oiwi: Missing and Murdered Native Hawaiian Women and Girls Task Force Report (Part 1),” at the state Capitol.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Dayna Schultz, of the anti-violence organization Pouhana O Na Wahine, spoke Wednesday at the state Capitol and urged people to talk about issues highlighted in the Holoi a nalo Wahine ‘Oiwi report. “Do not be afraid to speak of it — because silence continues the shame,” Schultz said.
ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                Makanalani Gomes, of AF3IRM, a feminist and decolonization organization, held a fist in the air Wednesday at the state Capitol as she discussed a report on missing and murdered Native Hawaiian women.