Recovering the Land: Native Americans & the Law
Indigenous peoples in the U.S. and around the world are struggling to recover their lands. From the South Pacific to Minnesota to British Columbia in Canada, native activists are mobilizing to reclaim their rights. There are some victories. In March 1997, the government of Argentina returned 300,000 acres to Indians in the northwest region of the country.
Recorded at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Winona LaDuke is a brilliant and articulate representative of indigenous perspectives. At the age of seventeen she spoke at the UN on behalf of Native Americans. She is a founding member of Women of All Red Nations and director of the Land Recovery Project on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota. She was the 1996 and 2000 vice-presidential candidate of the Green Party, the first Native American to run for national office. She is the author of All Our Relations, Recovering the Sacred, The Militarization of Indian Country andThe Winona LaDuke Chronicles.