Headline News of kidnapping and rape is the norm on Guam, a United States Territory. Each Thursday, join Tricia Santos-Lujan, writer and producer of The Monique Baza Story, as she weaves you through the life of Monique Baza and uncovers the beginnings of what we come to support as the #GuamENOUGH movement.
On October 2012, Monique Baza was abducted, beaten, raped and lived to face her attacker's in court. She saw the many flaws of the Guam justice system as she witnessed the lenient releases of several career criminals, including an accomplice in her case. After her rights as a victim were constantly violated by those who took an oath to protect the community, she broke the cultural norm and challenged the government for change, all while rallying an entire island community behind her. In the Spring of 2019 Monique re-ignites her passion to be the voice for victims when a little girl is kidnapped while walking to her bus stop and is raped by a recently released pedophile. Monique realizes things have only gotten worse and she must act. Learn more about this story and support the movement.