November 8, 2022
The Interfaith Peace Project continues its ongoing observance of the International Women’s Day, March 8, by sending out a reflection on the eighth of every month. Today, in Honor of Veteran’s Day, we share with you art by Amanda St. Claire, a Navy Veteran, and poetry by Captain Cheryl Lockhart, Chief Nurse, USAFR.
We invite you share in this effort by sending any articles or information concerning the voice of women that you would like to share to:
Thomas P. Bonacci, C.P
HONORING VETERAN’S DAY
As we Continue to Celebrate
International Women’s Day
“Celebration” by Amanda Saint Claire
Amanda Saint Claire is a NAVY JACG (Lawyer)
Celebration explores inclusion and friendship between women. Created in conjunction with Katie Flores, this large-scale abstract vibes with the energy of possibilities.
Amanda St. Claire is one of the Veteran artists featured in the 501 (c)3 Veteran Art Institute online gallery. The Veteranartinstitute.org serves the public and the Veterans by promoting veteran’s art online, educating the public about the transformative healing power of art and offering veterans public and online venues to exhibit and share their stories through art.
Why Do You Go?
…So when you see me pack my bags
And leave for lands so far away,
It is not hardness of the heart
Or mother’s conscience gone astray
Its for love of country, freedom,
Duty and honor too,
But most of all I go
To bring them back to you.
Capt. Cheryl Lockhart
Chief Nurse, USAFR
NC 914th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron
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