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Students and faculty of the University of Hawaii gathered yesterday during a Girl Fest rally to urge more campus security and awareness against rape. Girl Fest Hawaii, whose aim is to prevent violence against women, organized the demonstration after three reported rapes near the UH-Manoa campus last month.
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