Activist Winona LaDuke Keynotes Conference at Purdue University Next Week
Apr 04 2018
Top environmentalist and activist Winona LaDuke will talk about the causes she holds dear at Purdue University next week. She is serving as keynote speaker at the Purdue Student Pugwash Midwest Regional Conference on April 14.
The two-day event actually opens on April 13 and it is titled, "Climate Change: How to Sustain our Future." It is being held to explore the various social and ethical angles related to climate change and society.
Registration is required, but the conference is free to attend. Purdue Pugwash has been an organization for 26 years and they have been holding this event since 2006.
LaDuke is particularly known for her work with sustainable development, renewable energy and food systems. She is also a Native American who is active in fighting for the rights of indigenous people.
LaDuke serves as the program director for the non-profit, Honor the Earth, and she is also the founder of the White Earth Land Recovery Project. She has been the Green Party's vice presidential nominee twice.
LaDuke is the author of five books. She is a member of the National Women's Hall of Fame.
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