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The Winona LaDuke Chronicles Stories from the Front Lines in the Battle for Environmental Justice

By: Winona LaDuke(Author)
The Winona LaDuke Chronicles
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  • The Winona LaDuke Chronicles ISBN: 9781552669594 Paperback Mar 2017 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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The Winona LaDuke Chronicles is a major work, a collection of current, pressing and inspirational stories of Indigenous communities from the Canadian subarctic to the heart of Dine Bii Kaya, Navajo Nation. The Winona LaDuke Chronicles is a book literally risen from the ashes – beginning in 2008 after her home burned to the ground – and collectively is an accounting of Winona's personal path of recovery, finding strength and resilience in the writing itself as well as in her work. Long awaited, this book is a labour of love, a tribute to those who have passed on and those yet to arrive.


- Akiing Biiboonong
- Madeline Island
- The Cheyenne, Spirit Mountain, Minnesota Power and Glencore
- Crow & Lummi
- Oil, Gas, Corruption and Change in Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Territory
- In the Time of Monster Slayers
- The Nur and the People
- In the Time of the Sacred Places
- The Heavy Haul Comes to Town
- Treaties in the New Millennium Binaakwe'O Giizis 5, Moon of the Falling Leaves
- In the Moon of the Falling Leaves
- On the Irish, the Potato and the Choctaw
- Desmond Tutu and Me
- Money Corrupts Elections
- Indigenous Peoples Day
- Iron Eyes and Obama: Putting Our Minds Together
- How Do We Treat IMILS (Indian Mascot Identity Loss Syndrome)?
- Taos Pueblo
- My Recommended Daily Allowance of Radiation
- On Somali Pirates and the Joy of Fixing Things
- Recovering from Drama of Election
- Remorse and Gratitude
- The Iroquois Nationals at the World Lacrosse Championships
- Maori Warrior Hone Harawira
- Remembering Jancita Eagle Deer
- In Praise of the Leadership of Indigenous Women (for Vandana Shiva)
- Canada Escalates War on First Nations
- When the Natives Are Restless
- The Spirit Bear and the Pipeline
- A Pipeline Runs Through It
- The Enbridge Way: Lack of a Safety Culture and Eminent Domain
- When Treaties Matter: Manoomin
- Native People, the KXL, the Cowboy and Indian Alliance and the Constitution
- Enbridge Plays Unfunny Game with Oil Pipeline
- Facing Pipelines and Mines, Tribal Governments Push Ahead
- Enbridge Epiphany
- Dear Governor Dayton
- Marijuana, Hemp and Indian Country
- GMOs, Organics and Our Harvests
- Eat, Pray, Farm
- Randy Kapashesit
- For Peter Matthiesson
- Russell Means
- Mushkooub Aubid
- A Song for Hugo Chavez
- What Would Ingrid Do?
- Time to Call the Indian Wars to an End
- The Militarization of Indian Country
- Native Land in the Crosshairs
- Aloha Aina
- Emma: From a Tipi to a Tesla

Customer Reviews


A two-time Green Party vice presidential candidate, author of five books of nonfiction, one children’s book and a novel, Winona LaDuke is one of the world’s most tireless and charismatic leaders on issues related to climate change, Indigenous and human rights, green and rural economies, grass-roots organizing and restoring local food systems over a career spanning nearly forty years of activism.

By: Winona LaDuke(Author)
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"Winona LaDuke's latest book reads like a prayer. These are holy words –  inspirational stories taken straight from the heart of indigenous communities throughout the world [...] (Chronicles) is lyrical, instructional, and infused with wry humor when the weight of the message becomes unbearable [...] LaDuke provides a road map through tribal nations' belief systems; offering a spiritual compass and invaluable insight into the relationship of prophesy to the realities of climate change, economic collapse, food scarcity and basic human rights."
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