How Can We Better Address Domestic Violence in Our Community?

Thursday, Dec. 4, 8:00 pm

A purple ribbon stands for Domestic Violence Awareness (image) Often shrouded in fear and shame, domestic violence is a crime that often lives just under the surface of Hawaii's communities. Now, with local and nationally publicized incidents, domestic violence, its victims, and its impact on families are in the headlines. Despite the media attention, some victims can't escape the violence and don't know where to turn for help.

On the next Insights on PBS Hawaii, "How can we better address domestic violence in our community?"

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