On Tuesday April 22, tribal leaders, tribal members and hundreds more that stand in opposition to the Keystone XL Pip

Gyasi Ross
You ask me to plow the ground. Shall I take a knife and tear my mother's bosom? Then when I die she will not take me to her bosom to rest. You ask me to dig for stones!...
Vincent Schilling
Next week, April 22, former Green Party Vice-Presidential candidate Winona LaDuke and the Cowboy and Indian Alliance made up of Native people, farmers and ranchers will ride on hor...
Mary Annette Pember
“This is our land, my girl,” my mother said. It was all she said during the hours we walked along the beach and gazed out into the gaping maw that is Gichigami, the great sea...
Winona LaDuke

These are two fundamental, and essential emotions which allow us to live well. I could say function in society, but that seems too clinical. Remorse—to feel sorry, to express regret; (minjinawezid- he is regretful). And, gratitude, migwechiwendam, to be thankful....

There were 15 riders, trotting on horseback over the plains, tracing the routes of three pipelines that would crisscross the land that nurtures wild rice and shelters the aquifer...
Winona LaDuke
There’s a beauty in the breath of horses, fall mornings’ breath seen in the air, and the smell and sound of horses...
Tanya H. Lee
Native American author, educator, activist, mother and grandmother Winona LaDuke, Anishinaabekwe, is calling on tribes to relocalize food and energy production as a means of both r...
They rode for Unci Maka, Grandmother Earth...

Thundering across the plains on horseback, along the routes of two proposed oil pipelines, Earth’s Army has wound up