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By Debbie Babalola, Co-Writer of Hands Off My Podcast INTRO It has been one year since the Uvalde school shooting. Since then, the community has been struggling to heal from the tragedy. The families of the victims have been devastated, and the town has been left with a sense of fear and uncertainty. In the meantime, the families of the victims of the Uvalde school shooting are trying to find a way to move on with their lives. They are grieving the loss of their loved ones, and they are trying to find a way to cope with the trauma of what happened. Some of the families have started foundations in honour of their loved ones. These foundations are dedicated to raising awareness about gun violence and working to prevent future tragedies. Other families have spoken out publicly about gun violence. They have shared their stories in the hope that it will help change the conversation about gun control in the United States. The families of the victims of the Uvalde school shooting are determin

Ep40: Dawn Momohara, Lynn Emiko Ebisuzaki, & Jie Zhao Li

  The Hawaiian Islands have a population of over 1.4 million, but behind the beauty of the islands lies a much darker secret. There have been numerous cases of Hawaiian Missing and Murdered Women and Girls in recent years, and many of those cases remain unsolved. These disappearances and murders are largely unsolved. This situation has become a source of deep anguish for many Hawaiians, leaving them with unanswered questions and an urge to discover the truth. Some of these stories have become flashpoints in the community, arousing public pressure to uncover the truth. Dawn Momohara One such unsolved case is that of Dawn Momohara The death of Dawn Momohara has left a deep scar in the hearts of many. More than 44 years have passed, yet the person responsible for her untimely demise remains at large and unaccountable. On that fateful day, March 20th 1977, 11th-grade student Dawn Momohara told her mother Mabel she was going to meet up with friends at the Ala Moana Center shopping center on