LCE Leadership advocates for Lakota Children!

We are excited to announce that  LCE’s Founder, Maggie Dunne, and Executive Director, Autumn White Eyes have been making moves to get the word out about LCE and are advocating for Lakota Children! Check it out!

Autumn sat down with her high school alma mater, and LCE school partner, Red Cloud Indian School to talk about her journey to Lakota Children’s Enrichment. Watch the video below, and read the full interview here.

Autumn also had the opportunity perform spoken-word poetry and to present on her work to the Scarsdale Rotary Club’s weekly business meeting! And this December, Autumn will be presenting at the Lakota Nations Education Conference, to work with educators on bringing spoken-word into their classrooms for Lakota youth! Autumn also wrote a piece on career advice for Jopwell’s digital magazine, #TheWell! Jopwell is a career advancement platform for professionals of color.

Maggie Dunne, Founder and board chair of Lakota Children’s Enrichment has also continued to advocate and get the word out about LCE! She was invited to the Obama Foundation’s first annual Obama Summit to speak on a panel which addressed obstacles facing women and girls. She spoke about how she founded LCE and her work to advocate for women and girls around the world! And MIT featured her work–read more about it here!

WOW! These two women are ah-mazing! Congratulations to LCE’s leaders for their great work!

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