Logo by  Kamar Thomas

Logo by Kamar Thomas

 
 

NATIVE EYES

All of us at Artists for World Peace are thrilled to be launching our NATIVE EYES project. We will be taking all of the lessons learned in Tanzania over the past 10 years and bringing them back to the US—providing free eye care to Native American communities.

Our first Native Eyes clinic was held on Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota. We treated over 1250 patients! Our second free clinic will be held in the longhouse of the Eastern Pequot Nation in North Stonington, Connecticut, in the fall of 2018.

Stay tuned for all of the details and information about our wonderful partners across the United States who will be working with us!

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  Lionel Bordeaux  President of Sinte Gleska University Rosebud Reservation, Mission, South Dakota  

Lionel Bordeaux
President of Sinte Gleska University
Rosebud Reservation, Mission, South Dakota
 

 Chairwoman  Katherine Sebastian Dring  and  Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation Council   www.easternpequottribalnation.com

Chairwoman Katherine Sebastian Dring and Eastern Pequot Tribal Nation Council
www.easternpequottribalnation.com

THANK YOU to our entire medical team, our partners, sponsors, and the 1500+ artists creating paintings for our 6×6 4 PEACE Project to help make this all possible. Together we continue to change lives… one child, one family, one village at a time.


Please consider making a tax deductible donation to our NATIVE EYES project. Thank you for your support!

 
 
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