To be a water protector : the rise of the Wiindigoo slayers

To be a water protector : the rise of the Wiindigoo slayers

LaDuke, Winona, author.


Physical Description
311 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.

Omaa Akiing : Here on Earth. Winter count ; How to be better ancestors ; The holy land is here ; The month you remember me -- Relatives. Seeds of hope : Mino gitigaaning ; Omaakaakii : In praise of frogs ; I miss you ; Free the snake ; How do we grieve the death of a river? ; Amazon should save the Amazon ; Viva Mexico ; Borinquén : A rebirth ; Thanksgiving is time for reparations ; The telescope and the Mauna -- Mni Wiconi. From buffalo to black snake ; The deep north ; The seventh generation ; The rise of the water protector ; The siege at river's edge ; The art of indigenous resistance ; How the dust settles ; Spreading the sacred fire -- The last tar sands pipeline. A pipeline runs through it ; Sandpiper timeline ; Not Minnesota nice ; Palisade : Let's be good neighbors ; The necessity defense ; Whispering dirty secrets : Enbridge and that indigenous peoples policy ; Sexual violence, fossil fuels and Enbridge ; There can only be one ; When the party's over : starving the Wiindigoo ; Welcome to the kill zone : The shadow of husky ; When the Bat challenged the Wiindigoo -- Eighth fire. Turning on a dime ; Really Finland, must you? ; The new iron horse ; How sweet it is ; The renaissance of cannabis ; Lifting hearts - poetry and the UN declaration ; One dish one spoon ; Beyond reconciliation, just transition.

Subject Term
Green movement.
Petroleum pipelines -- Environmental aspects.
Petroleum industry and trade -- Environmental aspects.
Water conservation.

"Winona LaDuke is a leader in cultural-based sustainable development strategies, renewable energy, sustainable food systems and Indigenous rights. To Be a Water Protector, explores issues that have been central to her activism for many years -- sacred Mother Earth, our despoiling of Earth and the activism at Standing Rock and opposing Line 3. For this book, Winona discusses several elements of a New Green Economy and the lessons we can take from activists outside the US and Canada. Also featured are her annual letters to Al Monaco, the CEO of Enbridge, in which she takes him to task for the company's role in the climate crisis and presents him with an invoice for climate damages. In her unique way of storytelling, Winona LaDuke is inspiring, always a teacher and an utterly fearless activist, writer and speaker."--

LibraryCall NumberStatus
Stillwater Public Library363.7 LADNonfiction Collection