Native Visions Window Transparencies Northwest Eagle
Native Visions Window Transparencies Northwest Eagle is a removable, adhesive-free stained glass decal. The Northwest Eagle has two wings, one is for man and one is for woman. Each must be treated with full equality before the Creator. Each image is fully transparent, adhesive-free, removable and reusable. Proceeds go to First Nation causes. Native Visions Window Transparencies are authentic Native American designs in bright transparent colors with the luminous presence of stained glass.
Native Visions Decals have been guided by Phil Lane Sr., a member of the Yankton Sioux tribe, and Phil Lane, Jr., member of the Yankton Sioux Tribe and Chickasaw Nation with Carolee Carpenter Jandreau, of Ojibway heritage. Phil Lane Sr is also a representative of Four Worlds Institute. Their essential message is "The hurt of one, is the hurt of all and the honor of one, is the honor of all." Native Visions is happy that royalties from Native Visions Decals will support their work.
Four Worlds International Institute is a non-profit Native American organization. It was created in 1982 out of the intense deliberations and prayers of a gathering of 40 native elders and community leaders. Its goal is to support individuals, families, organizations, communities and nations in building a healthy and sustainable future. The primary focus on Four Worlds International Institute at this time is the "Reunion of the Condor and Eagle", the joining together of indigenous tribes and nations of South, Central and North America and the Caribbean into a comprehensive trade and social developement network.