Patricia Jane | April 9, 2012 at 12:44 pm
HONOLULU- An eye-catching display at the State Capitol aimed to draw attention to the problem of child abuse in Hawaii.
Thousands of shiny pinwheels spinning in the wind reminded some of their carefree and fun days as a kid.
But each of the pinwheels placed on the Capitol grounds also represented the harm that has come to Hawaii’s children.
“We have 5,000 cases of child abuse a year,” said Aileen Deese, with Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii. (more…)