Lorenn Walker, now a lawyer, was assaulted in 1976 in an alley near this hotel in Waikiki, Hawaii.
July 6, 2014 In 1976, Lorenn Walker was attacked in an alley in Waikiki, Hawaii. That trauma inspired Walker, then a high school dropout, to enroll in college, become a lawyer and work in violence prevention.
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July 28, 2011 In the first hour of Talk of the Nation, restorative justice, and an update on the stalled revolution in Egypt. In the second hour, high school dropouts talk about where they are now, and we talk about what makes an effective camouflage.
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