Civil rights panel honors artists and auteurs
Winners of the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission 2008 E Ola Pono Art and Video Competition include:
Fourth-grade Poster Winners
1st Place, Kaiulani Faanunu, Keaukaha Elementary School, Hilo; 2nd, Keakealani Pacheco, Kamehameha Schools, Big Island campus; 3rd, Alaina McIntyre, Maui Preparatory Academy, Napili, Maui.
Fifth-grade Poster Winners
1st place, Hanale Lee Loy, Kamehameha Schools, Big Island; 2nd, Diana Lopez-Garcia, Kainalu Elementary School; 3rd, Sound Heartstone, Aiea Elementary School.
Sixth- to Eighth-grade video winners
Keaukaha Elementary School, teacher, Lynn Fujii; team members, Aikane Kahawai-Queen, Kendrick Dacayanan, Kawena Kawelu, Nahoalii Kua-Silva, Aliyah Pana, Lindsey Stevens and Zachary Hirai.
Ninth- to 12th-grade video winners
Keaau Middle School, Keaau, Big Island, teacher, Ilana Stout; team members, Tony Liva, Annie Abadilla, Leone Ausage and Nainoa Kalahiki.
James Campbell High School, Ewa Beach; teacher, Oscar Ramiscal; team members, Evelyn Obamos, Sherwin Acidera and Erin Gamil.
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