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Winona LaDuke: Activist, Economist, and Author


May 27, 2024
Juvenile Fiction

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Winona LaDuke seemed destined to live her life as an activist for Indigenous peoples. The daughter of an actor and an art teacher who shared a passion for activism themselves, Winona took part in her first protest when she was just ten years old. While attending Harvard University, she learned more about the injustices faced by Native peoples—and how both they and the environment needed people like her. Part of the Notable Indigenous Americans series, this book tells the story of an Anishinaabe girl who grew up to establish two important Indigenous organizations, run for vice president (twice), and farm the land she fought so hard to save for future generations of her people.

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