Native American economist, ecologist, and activist Winona LaDuke shares traditional teachings from her Anishinaabeg culture about the sacredness of water and the spirits who watch over them. With this wisdom, she encourages us to take responsibility and care for the precious resources of the planet.
This episode features longtime public radio journalist Karen Michel's intimate conversation with LaDuke woven together with audio recorded in LaDuke's Omega workshop session.
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