The world is calling to each of us to speak up and advocate for the Earth and those whose voices are not often heard. Finding your own voice is not always easy. Renowned artist Betty LaDuke has used her spectacular art as a way to tell the stories of agricultural workers, refuges, and water protectors, traveling internationally with humanitarian organizations Freedom From Hunger and Heifer International to create public art work inspired by these experiences. Winona LaDuke is an economist, environmentalist, farmer, author and longtime Native Rights activist who has spent a lifetime advocating for tribal land rights, environmental justice and more. Join these two inspiring women to learn how they found their voices and you can find your own.
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