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Winona La Duke: “People vs. Fossil Fuels’’

In response to the completion of the contested Line 3 pipeline, which is now reportedly operational, thousands of Indigenous leaders and climate justice advocates are kicking off the “People vs. Fossil Fuels’’ mobilization

Winona La Duke: Militarized Crackdown on Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline Protests

Nearly 600 water protectors have been arrested during ongoing protests in Minnesota against the construction of the Enbridge Line 3 tar sands pipeline at the Shell River

Winona La Duke: Mass Protest by Water Protectors to Halt Line 3 Pipeline

In the largest act of civil disobedience to date to halt the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline, more than 100 water protectors led by Indigenous women have been arrested in Minnesota

Winona La Duke: Haaland’s Nomination for Interior Sec. Is “Important Step” for Native Americans

Haaland’s nomination was backed by progressives, as well as more than 120 tribal leaders, who sent a letter to Biden last month urging him to select her for the post

Winona La Duke: Call for Indigenous-Led “Green New Deal”

Interview on the indigenous-led fight against destructive oil pipelines and the revolutionary potential of the Green New Deal

Winona La Duke: Cannibal Economics

Why the Black Snake Will Eventually Eat Itself

Winona La Duke: Trump’s Push to Build Dakota Access & Keystone XL Pipelines is a Declaration of War

The person who’s going to benefit most from Keystone is Rex Tillerson, the new secretary of state

Winona La Duke: Public Servants or Corporate Security?: An Open Letter to Law Enforcement and National Guard in North Dakota

The trend of state security forces being turned into private corporate security is hardly unique to North Dakota

Winona La Duke: It’s Time to Move On from Fossil Fuels

While Democracy Now! was covering the Standing Rock standoff earlier this month, we spoke to Winona LaDuke, longtime Native American activist and executive director of the group Honor the Earth. She lives and works on the White Earth Reservation in northern Minnesota. She spent years successfully fighting the Sandpiper pipeline, a pipeline similar to Dakota Read more…

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