Winona LaDuke in conversation on Madeline Island

Harvard Economist Winona LaDuke, continuing her battle with extreme extractive industries and dirty oil takes a few days to visit Madeline Island, in Lake Superior. Once the homeland of the Ojibwe Nation, LaDuke takes a few hours off for her August birthday and with artists and musicians, holds a fundraising event for Honor The Earth at Tom’s Burned Down Cafe.   While on the Island, she also has a short sit-down with IndianCountryTV.com news editor Paul DeMain about her efforts to stop pipelines from going across wild rice lakes in Minnesota and a general look at the status of current events across Indian Country.



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