“Hemp can do almost everything petroleum can do,” Winona LaDuke said, “including replacing some cotton and plastics.”Read more
For the Wild podcast featuring a variety of guests (including Winona LaDuke) discussing a multitude of issues surrounding climate change.Read more
The limited-run flavor was launched recently as part of a campaign to lend publicity and financial support to four justice-based organizations, including Minnesota’s Honor the Earth, which is battling the Enbridge pipeline.Read more
Winona LaDudke and Lindsey Allen (executive director of Rainforest Action Network) recently co-authored a letter to Forbes Magazine in response to an article written by David Blackmon of Forbes Magazine "Anti-Pipeline Activists Play A Cynical, Costly Game"Read more
Tara Houska, Mark Trahant (editor of Indian Country Today / member of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes) and Gyasi Ross (a member of the Blackfeet Nation / host of the podcast Breakdances with Wolves) went on Democracy Now! recently to discuss Senator Elizabeth Warren’s decision to use a DNA test to assert her Native American heritage.Read more
Anishinaabe author and activist Winona LaDuke speaks to a class at the Chemawa Indian School before her talk for Willamette’s premiere speaking event, the Atkinson Lecture Series. Undergraduates tutor Chemawa students as part of a partnership between the university and the school.