“Water and women are one and the same. They deserve our love and protection.”
“There is no accounting for the dead beaver, the dead muskrat, the poison in the water.”
She stated that the executive leaders violated the tribe’s constitution, which holds that leaders will conserve and preserve the tribe’s resources for the well-being of its people.
I did not feel vindicated that my testimony was proven correct but a deep sadness that what was foretold has come to be.
When they took down the trees, to me that is an act of genocide. That is a declaration of war against the Ojibwe — to push this pipeline through.
More than any time in my life, women are reclaiming our power.
As leader of the Honor the Earth organization, Winona LaDuke has been focused for several years on the issue of Enbridge’s desire to put