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The Winona LaDuke reader : a collection of essential writings

Author: Winona LaDuke
Publisher: Stillwater, MN : Voyageur Press, ©2002.
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Named Person: Winona LaDuke; Winona LaDuke
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Winona LaDuke
ISBN: 0896585735 9780896585737
OCLC Number: 48966586
Description: 304 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Native environmentalism. The wind that blows over our ancestors : nature's power, Enron and Native lands --
The Blackfeet wind : Apatew --
Dioxin, incinerators and breast milk --
Nuclear waste--and native land --
Under the wild rice moon --
Return of the sturgeon : Namewag Bi-azhegiiwewaad --
Building with reservations --
Like tributaries to a river --
Honor the Earth tour journal --
Traditional ecological knowledge and environmental futures --
I heard the owl call my name : Indian forests, the Endangered Species Act, and endangered cultures --
Drowning the north for Minnesota electricity --
Foreword to Strangers devour the land --
The diaper problem --
The Council of Energy Resource Tribes : an outsider's view in --
Red land and uranium mining : how the search for energy is endangering Indian tribal lands. Native traditions. Who owns America? : minority land and community security --
Native auctions and buyer ethics --
The spirit powers of Ojibwe and Odawa art --
Buffalo nation --
Native American faces in South Africa : the parliament of the world's religions --
Honor the Earth: our Native American legacy --
Life of a powwow emcee : Vince Beyl, the man behind the microphone --
What others say : sacred sites, fishponds and the National Park Service --
Don't cheapen sovereignty. Women's issues. Ingrid : Ogitchidaakwe Mikwendaagozid : a warrior woman remembered --
I fight like a woman : the UN Conference on Women in China --
Mothers of our nations : indigenous women address the world --
Debbie Tewa : building a future with her community --
The salmon people : Susanna Santos --
Innu women and NATO : the occupation of Nitassinan --
Indigenous women activists form network. Politics and the Presidency. The case for hemp --
Reflections on the Republic of Dubya --
Too much roundup : the Plan Colombia vote --
Buying the Presidential debates --
Winona LaDuke, Green Party Vice Presidential candidate : position on Makah whaling --
Winona LaDuke's acceptance speech for the Green Party's nomination for Vice President of the United States of America --
A seventh generation amendment. Fiction and poetry. Coming home --
Gypsy --
Takelma --
Song for Moab, Utah.
Responsibility: foreword by Ralph Nader.
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