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Winona LaDuke
Winona LaDuke

Winona LaDuke is an Anishinaabekwe (Ojibwe) member of the White Earth Nation. An economist from Harvard-Radcliffe, author of more than six books, the most recent To Be A Water Protector: The Rise of the Wiindigoo Slayers. A mother, grandmother, and orator she is the award-winning leader of the 33-year-old non-profit Honor the Earth.

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Winona LaDuke: Return to Rice Lake

Anishinaabe celebration welcomes runners honoring — and protecting — the sacred manoomin

It’s Rice Lake Village on the White Earth Reservation – at the site of the mother lode of wild rice, Lower Rice Lake. Lew Murray stands in front of the gathering — about 200 or so people.

By Winona LaDuke Posted in Activism, Agriculture, Fossil Fuel Industry on June 28, 2021 Continue reading
Native hemp farming, opportunity to lead New Green Revolution

Academics join Winona LaDuke and other Indigenous innovators to forge carbon-friendly economy

This fall, when we bring in the sheaves, they will be of hemp. Then we’ll have a harvest hoedown to follow up.

By Winona LaDuke Posted in Agriculture, Economic Empowerment, Indigenous Peoples, Lakota, United States on June 4, 2021 Continue reading

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