Winona LaDuke is Anishinaabe, a writer, an economist and a hemp farmer, working on a book about the Eighth Fire and the Green New Deal. She is ready for the Green Path, and would prefer not to spend her golden years cleaning up the messes of entitled white men.LaDuke lives and works on the White Earth reservation in northern Minnesota, where she founded the White Earth Land Recovery Project. She is program director of Honor the Earth and a two-time vice presidential candidate with Ralph Nader on the Green Party ticket.
How To Build the Zero-Carbon Economy
The Green New Deal sets an ambitious goal. Here’s how to get there.
The Rights of Wild Rice
The Renaissance of Tribal Hemp
Cannibal Economics: Why the Black Snake Will Eventually Eat Itself
The Tricky Relationship Between Marijuana and American Indians
Restoring a Multi-Cultural Society in a Sacred Place
Worse Than Keystone
The pipeline project you've never heard of.
The Iroquois Nationals at the World Lacrosse Championships
The Iroquois lacrosse team plays to win, while their nation fights to have its sovereignty recognized.