“It’s a Girl” Premieres in Hawaii

Premiere Screening of It’s a Girl in Hawaii

Kauai screening IAG

Renae Hamilton of the YWCA of Kauai was joined by Patricia Wistinghausen of the PAU Violence Committee and Edie Ignacio Neumiller of the Zonta Club of Kauai in accepting a council certificate recognizing April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, organizing events to provide opportunities for the community to learn more about sexual assault and to join efforts to end this violence in Kauai.

The groups hosted a screening of It’s a Girl at the Kauai Community College, Daniel K. Inouye Technology Center on April 23 with a good audience turnout and a brief discussion of the film after the screening.

We commend the Zonta Club of Kauai, YWCA, and PAU Violence of KCC for their efforts in creating awareness of violence against women and for bringing It’s a Girl to Hawaii!

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 Collaborative Partners: Left – Renae Hamilton, YWCA Executive Director; Patricia Wistinghausen, Kauai Community College Campus Public Safety Manager, PAU Violence Kauai; Right – Edie Ignacio Neumiller, Zonta Club of Kauai, Past President, photo provided by Zonta Club of Kauai Banners for Zonta Says NO & YWCA, photo provided by Zonta Club of Kauai
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 Group shot with partners, Zonta Club of Kauai, Zonta Club of Hanalei, Justin Kollar, Prosecuting Attorney, volunteers, photo provided by Zonta Club of Kauai
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  About 60 people were in attendance, photo provided by Zonta Club of Kauai

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