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‘Cup at Cater’ promotes awareness of human trafficking

Attendees of Cup at Cater this week would have found not just their morning caffeine fix, but blue ribbons and a display featuring

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  • ‘Cup at Cater’ promotes awareness of human trafficking

    Attendees of Cup at Cater this week would have found not just their morning caffeine fix, but blue ribbons and a display featuring information on human trafficking awareness.  January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.  Jan. 11, also the date of the recent Cup at Cater event, was

  • How some Americans used their stimulus money to help those in need

    The federal government has sent out direct payments to bring much-needed relief to millions of Americans reeling from the financial impact of the pandemic.Anyone below a certain income level — $75,000 for individuals and $150,000 for married couples — received a check for $1,200 last spring, and another round of

  • Current state of homelessness in Hawai‘i, Kaua‘i discussed

    LIHU‘E — In a virtual meeting last week, the state House Human Services, Health and Homelessness committees discussed the current state of homelessness in Hawai‘i. “Currently, homelessness is a crisis within a crisis,” said Ashton Varner, County Housing Agency (CHA) Homeless Programs coordinator. “The pandemic required homeless-service providers to shift

  • You can help stop human trafficking in North Florida

    Did you know that sex and labor trafficking happen right here in North Florida? Did you know that youth are more vulnerable to trafficking online and that this has gotten worse since the pandemic began? Did you know that the private sector — businesses, hotels, restaurants, health care and more — all have

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    The federal government has sent out direct payments to bring much-needed relief to millions of Americans reeling from the financial

    Current state of homelessness in Hawai‘i, Kaua‘i discussed

    LIHU‘E — In a virtual meeting last week, the state House Human Services, Health and Homelessness committees discussed the current

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    ‘Cup at Cater’ promotes awareness of human trafficking

    Attendees of Cup at Cater this week would have found not just their morning caffeine fix, but blue ribbons and a display featuring information on human trafficking awareness.  January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking

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