Winona LaDuke, a Chippewa Indian woman who is an environmental activist, talks about how Native American concerns about pollution and radioactive materials effect everyone. She discusses the the ongoing the destruction of Native lands due to uranium mining and advocates for reclaiming North American land based on original Native land claims. from the "On the Fate of the Earth" conference held October 19-21, 1982 at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine and Columbia University, New York City. On this weekend physicians, environmentalists, physicists, writers, economists, professors, biologists, and others gathered together to share their perspectives on the peaceful preservation of life. The recordings and excerpts were produced by Raffaelo Mazza and Bob Rufsvold, KPFK. Restricted distribution rights.
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