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OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Red Dress Infographic Long Description

Why the Red Dresses?

May 5th is National Missing and Murdered Indigenous People Day. Native Hawaiians are the indigenous people of Hawaii. These empty red dresses honor the lives of missing & murdered Native Hawaiian women, girls, and gender diverse people.

Sex Trafficking

Native Hawaiian women and girls represent 67% to 77% of sex trafficking victims identified in recent studies, Native Hawaiians also represent 37% of reported child sex trafficking cases.

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OHA Board Chair Carmen “Hulu” Lindsey statement on the 130th anniversary of the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom

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OHA Board Chair Carmen “Hulu” Lindsey statement on the passing of Danny Kaleikini

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OHA board chair Carmen “Hulu” Lindsey statement on passing of Abigail Kawananakoa

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Maui Island Trustee Carmen “Hulu” Lindsey unanimously re-elected board chair of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs

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Nine trustees inducted at OHA investiture ceremony at Kawaiahaʻo Church

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