1959 – Winona is born in Los Angeles, CA.
1977 – Speaks to UN: International Indian Treaty Council on Native American issues of mining and reservations
1982 – Graduated Harvard
1989 – LaDuke is awarded the Reebok Human Rights Award
Founded the White Earth Land Recovery Project (click here for more information)
1993 – On September 28th, Winona LaDuke gives a speech at University of Colorado at Boulder on Social Justice,
Racism and the Environmental Movement. (click here for more information)
1994 – Nominated by Time Magazine as one of America’s fifty most promising leaders under forty years of age.
1996 – Ran for vice-presidency with Ralph Nadar on the Green Party ticket.
Received the Thomas Merton Award
Received the Ann Bancroft Award
1997 – Voyager Press publishes LaDuke’s first book, “Last Standing Woman”, a work of fiction
1998 – Ms. Magazine names Winona LaDuke “Woman of the Year” for her work with Honor the Earth
1999 – South End Press publishes “All Our Relations”, a non-fiction work on Native American struggles to preserve their lands and the environment
2000 – Made a second campaign for vice-presidency with Ralph Nadar on the Green Party ticket
2004 – Winona LaDuke is interviewed by Amy Goodman of Democracy Now
March 8th, 2004: Former Nader Running-mate Defends Nader's 2004 Presidential Bid,
Discusses International Women's Day, Racism and Alternative Energy (click here for more information)
May 3rd, 2004: Winona LaDuke On Native American Activists Throughout History
(click here for more information)
2005 – Winona LaDuke lectures at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth (See media clips)