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Winona LaDuke spoke at Drury University on November 4, 2004
Since addressing the United Nations at age 18 on the rights of American Indians, Winona LaDuke has been one of America’s strongest voices against racism, social injustice and environmental abuse of wild lands, topics she addressed during her Drury visit. LaDuke has expressed her views through storytelling, writing, activism and politics, including campaigns as the Green Party candidate for vice president in 1996 and 2000. Related Links: Buy All Our Relations: Native Struggles for Land and Life by Winona LaDuke at Amazon.com! White Earth Land Recovery Project Institute for Democratic Education and Culture Common Good 2004-2005 Online Forum