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Hawai’i Says NO MORE on Hawaii News Now

Dr. Kalei Kanuha from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and Howard Garval of  Child and Family Service appear on Hawaii News Now’s  Sunrise to talk about the launch of Hawai‘i Says NO MORE. Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL   View the full story here.      

Hawai‘i Says NO MORE on KPOA Maui

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Stacey Moniz, Executive Director of Women Helping Women, talks to Alaka‘i, the Morning Goddess, on KPOA Maui about the launch of Hawai‘i Says NO MORE.   Listen to the KPOA Maui interview here.

KONG Kauaʻi

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Radio interview with Ron Wiley and Kathy Freire Co-Director of the Family Violence Shelter for the YWCA of Kauai. Listen to Kauai’s KONG Radio here.

KHON2: Honolulu Hale lit up in honor of domestic violence, sexual assault awareness

There’s something different about Honolulu Hale. Every night through Sunday, the building will be lit in blue in support of “NO MORE Week,” a national movement to end domestic violence and sexual assault. Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell proclaimed “NO MORE Week” in the City and County of Honolulu to raise awareness alongside a series of […]

Hawaii News Now In-Depth Story on Hawai‘i Says NO MORE

In-depth story by Mileka Lincoln with interviews with Dr. Rachael Wong, Director of the State Department of Human Services, Red Pineapple owner Nalani Holliday and Joyful Heart CEO Maile Zambuto about the launch of Hawai‘i Says NO MORE. Originally aired during the 6pm, 9pm, and 10pm Hawaii News Now broadcasts on March 9, 2015. Hawaii News […]

Hawaii News Now – Local Connection

News editorial in support of Hawai‘i Says NO MORE by Rick Blangiardi, General Manager of Hawaii News Now. Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL View the full story here.
Hawaii Facts and Statistics

1 in 7 women in Hawaiʻi have been raped in their lifetimes. That's 67,000 women.

Over 500 victims seek services from domestic violence shelters in Hawaiʻi daily.

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