Participants in Wednesday evening's candlelight vigil against domestic violence listen as 101 names of fatal victims of domestic abuse in Hawaii are read aloud in front of the Kalana O Maui building in Wailuku. The list of women, men and children killed since 1996 was read by organizer Mahina Martin, who said, "so they are not forgotten." Several speakers, including First Deputy Prosecutor Robert Rivera (second photo), called on all island residents, and particularly men, to not be afraid to speak out against domestic violence. "We have to create a peer culture that says domestic or gender violence is wrong and unacceptable," said Lucy Feinberg, Maui regional director of Parents and Children Together. "We have to get to the point where powerful men prioritize this as an issue. We need leadership training in our institutions, including education, sports, faith based anywhere that people meet to ensure that these beliefs are no longer tolerated."