Winona LaDuke (b. August 18, 1959) "Winona LaDuke is an Anishinaabekwe (Ojibwe)…

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Winona LaDuke (b. August 18, 1959) "Winona LaDuke is an Anishinaabekwe (Ojibwe)…

-Winona LaDuke. American Indian activist, environmentalist, economist & writer of Anishinaabe descent. A graduate of Harvard and Antioch Universities with advanced degrees in rural economic development. Executive Director of Honor the Earth, which she founded in 1989. LaDuke became an activist in Anishinaabe issues, helping found the Indigenous Women's Network in 1985.-

-Winona LaDuke. American Indian activist, environmentalist, economist & writer of Anishinaabe descent. A graduate of Harvard and Antioch Universities with advanced degrees in rural economic development. Executive Director of Honor the Earth, which she founded in 1989. LaDuke became an activist in Anishinaabe issues, helping found the Indigenous Women's Network in 1985.-

Winona LaDuke is a Native American, Anishinaabe (Ojibwe), activist, environmentalist, economist, and writer.  "I’m Bear Clan from the White Earth reservation, which is located between Bemidji and Fargo. My parents met because my dad was selling wild rice. I am part of a wild ricing culture. We are not rich in money, but we are wealthy in rice and other traditional foods. Sun Bear was my father’s name, and he used to have a saying: “I don’t want to hear your philosophy if it doesn’t grow…

Winona LaDuke is a Native American, Anishinaabe (Ojibwe), activist, environmentalist, economist, and writer. "I’m Bear Clan from the White Earth reservation, which is located between Bemidji and Fargo. My parents met because my dad was selling wild rice. I am part of a wild ricing culture. We are not rich in money, but we are wealthy in rice and other traditional foods. Sun Bear was my father’s name, and he used to have a saying: “I don’t want to hear your philosophy if it doesn’t grow…

"Whether we have wings, or fins, or roots, or paws...we are all relatives." —Winona LaDuke, Environmentalist and Native American Activist #EarthDay #OCSL

"Whether we have wings, or fins, or roots, or paws...we are all relatives." —Winona LaDuke, Environmentalist and Native American Activist #EarthDay #OCSL

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Well-Behaved Women include: Arundhati Roy; Rosa Parks; Sally Ride; Joan Baez; Billie Jean King; Zora Neale Hurston; Margaret Sanger; Alice Paul; Rigoberta Menchu Tum; Margaret Mead; Gertrude Stein; Susan B Anthony; Maya Lin; Helen Keller; Ruby Dee; Amy Goodman; Dorothea Lange; Georgia O'Keeffe; Marian Anderson; Julia Butterfly Hill; Eleanor Roosevelt; Emma Goldman; Winona LaDuke; Jeannette Rankin;   Poster is 12" x 12"

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Well-Behaved Women include: Arundhati Roy; Rosa Parks; Sally Ride; Joan Baez; Billie Jean King; Zora Neale Hurston; Margaret Sanger; Alice Paul; Rigoberta Menchu Tum; Margaret Mead; Gertrude Stein; Susan B Anthony; Maya Lin; Helen Keller; Ruby Dee; Amy Goodman; Dorothea Lange; Georgia O'Keeffe; Marian Anderson; Julia Butterfly Hill; Eleanor Roosevelt; Emma Goldman; Winona LaDuke; Jeannette Rankin; Poster is 12" x 12"

“Winona LaDuke Native American land rights activist, environmentalist, economist, politician, and author Winona LaDuke has spent her career working on a national level to advocate, raise public support and create funding for environmental groups. A graduate of Harvard and Antioch Universities, LaDuke has become known as a voice for Native American economic and environmental concerns around the globe. . National American Indian Heritage Month: American... - Center for Academic Program Support

“Winona LaDuke Native American land rights activist, environmentalist, economist, politician, and author Winona LaDuke has spent her career working on a national level to advocate, raise public support and create funding for environmental groups. A graduate of Harvard and Antioch Universities, LaDuke has become known as a voice for Native American economic and environmental concerns around the globe. . National American Indian Heritage Month: American... - Center for Academic Program Support

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