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Alana Eagle is Events and Membership Manager for Honolulu Civil Beat.
Born and raised in Honolulu, Alana graduated from La Pietra and the University of Hawaii-Manoa with a degree in Sustainability Awareness and Digital Media.
She started for Civil Beat as a freelance photographer and videographer. Alana has won statewide and national awards for the multimedia project “The Last Wild Place” where she and her reporter-husband visited Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument.
Alana has a passion for environmental issues, especially ones involving climate change, wildlife and plastic pollution. You can find her diving with her underwater camera, playing at the beach with her dog or traveling across the world to take photos of endangered animals.
Ilo Hawaii in, elukkun lon bamle ko eben aer elolo onen ko redrik nan test in coronavirus, jikin quarantine, mona ilo ien aer quarantine kab jiban ko jet. Kem ear kommane lajrak in nan jiban jukjuk in bed ko im elukkun lap aikuj ie bwe ren maron bok jiban kein.
A napengeni won ei fonu Hawaii, a chomong famini ir mei mefi weiresin me riafoun ren ar repwe tongeni angei ewe tesin ei samwaw Covid-19 fan iten ar nafangaw. Esapw chok moon tes, nge fen pwan ekewe nenien suu ngeni ika quarantin me ener me non ekei neni nupwen a torir ei samwaw. Ikei ekoch popun iwe a kan esenipa ngeni kich ach sipwe ne chok omonungawono.
Fin an Hawaii, pukaten sucu ma kofla kuh upac elos in sokacak inkanek fisracsr in es test ke corona, kuh, kuh konacak acn ma fal elos in monglac we elos fin weak, ku finne nuke ip lun mongo ke pal se elos enenu in srenglah muta, kuh kutena kain in kasru saya.
Sa Hawai’i, maraming pamilya ang nahirapang humanap ng abot-kayang pagta-test ng coronavirus, lugar na maaaring gamitin para sa quarantine, pagkain habang nagku-quarantine at iba pang tulong. Nilikha namin ang patnubay na ito para matulungan ang mga napinsalang komunidad hanapin ang mga kinakailangang nitong tulong at rekurso.
Readers from more than 50 ZIP codes throughout Hawaii have shared their five-line poems about where they live.