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The Hawai‘i Says NO MORE print advertisements call for an end to victim blaming and ignoring the issues of domestic violence and sexual assault. The local talent featured in the print ads were photographed by Maui photographer Tony Novak-Clifford and New York based photographer Gus Constantine Philippas with the support of renowned celebrity photographer Timothy White.

Get involved. Print or share the Hawaiʻi Says NO MORE print ads by right clicking the thumbnails below and selecting “Save Image As” or download a zip drive of the poster in the Toolkit.

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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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Note on Hawaiian Spelling:

Hawaiʻi Says NO MORE has taken special care to include the ʻokina (glottal stop) and kahakō (macron) marks used in the proper spelling of Hawaiian words on all our materials and throughout this website. Due to compatibility issues with certain Web browsers and/or search engines, however, they may not display properly. Mahalo, in advance, for your understanding.

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