Winona LaDuke

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To Be A Water Protector

The Rise of the Wiindigoo Slayers

Winona LaDuke is a leader in cultural-based sustainable development strategies, renewable energy, sustainable food systems and Indigenous rights. Her new book, To Be a Water Protector: Rise of … 320 View
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Introduction

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Omaa Akiing: Here On Earth

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Winter Count – How to Be Better Ancestors – The Holy Land Is Here – The Month You Remember Me 17 $1.70 Add
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Relatives

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Seeds of Hope: Mino Gitigaaning – Omaakaakii: In Praise of Frogs – I Miss You – Free the Snake – How Do We Grieve the Death of a River? – Amazon Should Save the … 58 $5.80 Add
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Mni Wiconi

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From Buffalo to Black Snake – The Deep North – The Seventh Generation – The Rise of the Water Protector – The Siege at River’s Edge – The Art of Indigenous … 64 $6.40 Add
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The Last Tar Sands Pipeline

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A Pipeline Runs Through It – Sandpiper Timeline – Not Minnesota Nice – Palisade: Let’s Be Good Neighbors – The Necessity Defense – Whispering Dirty Secrets: … 110 $11.00 Add
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Eighth Fire

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Turning on a Dime – Really Finland, Must You? – The New Iron Horse – How Sweet It Is – The Renaissance of Cannabis – Lifting Hearts — Poetry and the UN … 57 $5.70 Add
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Ending the Age of Fossil Fuels and Building an Economics for the Seventh Generation

Part III: Future Prospects

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In Chapter 21 Winona LaDuke explores the Ojibwe prophecy for the seventh fire and how it relates to collective or individual actions, discussing the Natural Resources Defense Council, disasters … 11 $1.10 Add