A campaign to bring greater awareness, understanding, and advocacy for young people exploited in human sex trafficking.
Saturday, August 26, 2017 at 1:00 PM
Kamehameha Schools Middle School Kalama Dining Hall located in the Kaʻōleiokū Building (#42 on campus map)
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Parking at the middle school lot and at the parking structure (close to #42 on campus map). Handicapped parking only at middle school lot.
Limited van shuttle service will be available from Kamehameha School Bus Terminal on corner of School Street and Kapalama Street (for those utilizing public transportation) from 12:15 PM and will run every 15 minutes until approximately 12:45 PM. Return van service will follow the performance and panel presentation.
Monday, August 28, 2017 at 1:30 PM
University of Hawaii, Campus Ballroom
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Parking on lower campus in the parking structure on Lower Campus Road for $5 flat rate.
A Day in the Life reveals the truth about sex trafficking and the impact of “pimp and ho”
culture on lives of young people. Journey into lives of five teens whose paths have been
forever changed by commercial sexual exploitation:
Nadia attends her school’s annual “Pimp and Ho” party, Eve’s father is arrested for solicitation,
Kaitlyn’s cousin has been on the streets for 4 years with no support from loved ones,
Desiree prepares to celebrate her Sweet 16 after finally escaping her trafficker, and
Sonia is bounced from foster home to foster home as she fights to keep her head
These powerful stories, reflecting the real experiences of real girls, will give audiences
an authentic look at the complex, often misunderstood reality of the sex trade in
today’s hyper-sexualized culture – and the ways we’re all impacted.
Please note the language and subject matter in
A Day In The Life is uncensored and raw. Recommended for ages 12+
Following each performance, a panel of community members
will discuss Hawaii’s response to the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
All events are free.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 546-0439.
Planning and Support for this campaign provided by: Department of Human Services; The State of Hawaii-Judiciary and the Court Improvement Project; The Children’s Justice Center and it’s Interagency Committee on the Child Justice Act Grant; Friends of CASA-Hawaii (the Court Appointed Special Advocate’s program); Susannah Wesley Community Center; Parents And Children Together; EPIC ‘Ohana; Hale Kipa; and Domestic Violence Action Center.