Join hundreds of others marching to end human trafficking in Hawaii at the Hawaii State Capitol

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - By Presidential Proclamation, January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. Join hundreds of others for Ho'ola Na Pua's third annual Human Trafficking Awareness Walk & Fair with entertainment provided by the Royal Hawaiian Band and Romeo Valentine of "The Beat" from I heart radio. Speakers, including Mrs Dawn Ige, 1st lady of Hawai`i and Douglas Chin, Attorney General, will share their experience, while attendees can learn more about ways they can stop human trafficking, known as today's modern-day slavery, in Hawaii.

Join hundreds of people marching and waving signs to raise awareness of Human Trafficking here in Hawaii during the third annual Human Trafficking Awareness Walk & Fair at the Hawaii State Capitol, organized by Hawaii nonprofit Ho'ola Na Pua. Following the march, visit one of ten booths to learn more about how you can do your part to stop human trafficking in Hawaii.

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