Ho'ola Na Pua helped organize the Human and Trafficking Awareness Day Walk and Fair.  The Rotary E Club of Hawaii walked with DG Win and many other organizations and members of our community in Downtown Honolulu.  Please join us and bring awareness to human trafficking and learn about how we can take a stand against human trafficking on our islands.  
By Presidential Proclamation, January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. We supported the Department of Homeland Security’s “Blue Campaign” on Tuesday, January 29th at Fort Street Mall from 10:00AM to 1:00PM for the fourth annual Human Trafficking Awareness Walk & Fair. There were music, booths, speakers, and sign waving.
Our keiki, our community, our opportunity to make a difference!
Together as one community, we will collectively bring awareness to the world wide crisis also known as modern-day slavery, which sadly occurs every day in Hawai‘i.
Together we will bring light to the darkness and increase awareness of this critical issue, and engage and empower others to take a stand against human trafficking on our islands.

Together we made will make a difference.
Together we will unite in one voice to activate positive systematic change in our community.