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Winona LaDuke

  • To native peoples, there is no such thing as the first, second, and third worlds; there is only an exploiting world ... whether its technological system is capitalist or communist ... and a host world. Native peoples, who occupy more land, make up the host world.

    • Winona LaDuke,
    • in Beth Brant, ed., A Gathering of Spirit ()
  • The aboriginal peoples of Australia illustrate the conflict between technology and the natural world succinctly, by asking, 'What will you do when the clever men destroy your water?' That, in truth, is what the world is coming to.

    • Winona LaDuke,
    • in Beth Brant, ed., A Gathering of Spirit ()

Winona LaDuke, U.S.-Ojibway environmental activist, economist, writer

(1959)