Winona LaDuke is an internationally renowned activist, environmentalist, and farmer. Come out for a festive evening with live music and an uplifting talk by Winona and local indigenous leaders as we gather to raise money for her organization, Honor the Earth.
Honor the Earth, started by Winona in 1993 to support indigenous environmental justice, is currently fighting the construction of a Tar Sands oil pipeline routed through the land and waters of northern Minnesota, including the White Earth Reservation and the headwaters of the Mississippi River.
Winona has lived and worked on the White Earth Reservation in northern Minnesota for decades. Today, she is growing Winona’s Hemp and Heritage Farm into a viable, post-petroleum, agricultural enterprise.
Main event starts at 7 pm; doors open at 6:30. Tickets are $25/person ($15/students/seniors)
A special reception with Winona is at 6-7. Tickets are $150/person.
Tickets available online here and at Vashon Bookshop.