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Winona LaDuke is one of the world’s most tireless and charismatic leaders on issues related to climate change, Indigenous rights, human rights, green and rural economies, grass-roots organizing, local foods, alternative sources of energy and the priceless value of clean water over a career spanning nearly 40 years of activism.

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Round Lake Coffee Roasters

What's called the Last Indian Uprising in Minnesota occurred on Round Lake, in 1901. There, Skip-in-the-Day and the Round Lake Ojibwe people stopped the theft of logs by the lumber companies. 60 Ojibwes with rifles were supported by many non-natives in the region. ThIs Is where we live and this is where we roast. 

We say that we are still rising. Join us for peace and justice in the coffee cup and in the world.

SPOTTED HORSE COFFEES features fair trade and organic Central and South American, African and Indonesian blends. We are a small batch craft roaster. We pay careful attention to each batch ensuring a perfect roast each time. Our rich flavors reflect our rich culture, featuring fair trade, organic and indigenous coffees. We are a tribally owned coffee company. My extended family and I are your roasters. Winona LaDuke

 

Winona LaDuke's new SPOTTED HORSE PRESS publishing company

Winona LaDuke standing in front of ExxonMobil Heavy Haul truck, near Lolo Hot Springs, Oregon. Truck is stranded on the historic highway 12, Nez Perce territory. — Winona LaDuke - Photo by Sean Cruz.

Winona LaDuke standing in front of ExxonMobil Heavy Haul truck, near Lolo Hot Springs, Oregon. Truck is stranded on the historic highway 12, Nez Perce territory.

— Winona LaDuke - Photo by Sean Cruz.

 

ANNOUNCING

THE WINONA LADUKE CHRONICLES

LAUNCHED Jan. 2016 

Long awaited, the book is at once a travel journal - as she moves from one tribal community, village or gathering to another - and also features well-researched, in-depth stories, analysis and tributes.   Published by her new Spotted Horse Press publishing company, LaDuke shares much of her life, and the stories which compel her. 

I have lived much of my life on the road. Like my mother and father before me, I travel. For me it is from one tribal nation to another, from University to College, regulatory hearing, court room, to the United Nations; and then home.  It is by car, airplane, sometimes by horse or canoe.  My travels, a privileged life indeed. In this space, people share their stories, or, sometimes, if I am lucky, a story unfolds as I watch; pen in hand.”  Winona LaDuke
 
Winona LaDuke (Anishinaabe activist) speaks on the process of apology, redemption and healing; through the story of the Pawnee tribe and the return home to their native land in Nebraska. Sacred Land Film Project (SLFP)'s mission is to create and distribute media and educational materials to deepen public understanding of sacred sites, indigenous cultures and environmental justice.

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