808 Urban’s Mai’a Project Launch Against Sex-Trafficking
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Sex-trafficking is $63 billion a year industry. Approx. 200 children run away every month in Hawai'i alone, and these children are prime targets for traffickers and child pimps.
808 Urban is holding its final launch party for the Mai’a Project Against Sex-Trafficking on Saturday, September 8, 2012 from 2 pm to 9 pm located at The Refuge (683 Auahi St. Honolulu, HI 96813). This merchandise launch party and fundraising sale will help to support local artists in their quest to stop human trafficking in Hawai'i. The artists are a part of the group PASS, Pacific Alliance to Stop Slavery, and will be selling a variety of items that include t-shirts, healing dolls, stickers, and their own mai’a zine.
Come out and help support this fight against sex trafficking!