Join Union Theological Seminary for The Seventh Annual Judith Davidson Moyers Women of Spirit Lecture featuring Winona LaDuke. Ms. LaDuke is a rural development economist and author working on issues of indigenous economics, food, and energy policy. She is the founder of the White Earth Land Recovery Project and maintains a significant international role raising awareness for indigenous peoples. For the greater part of 2016, Ms. LaDuke lived at the Red Warrior Camp in the Standing Rock Indian Reservation where she advocated for the dismantling of the fossil fuel infrastructure. The author of six books, including Recovering the Sacred and The Winona LaDuke Chronicles, Ms. LaDuke is widely recognized for her work on environmental and human rights issues.
The Judith Davidson Moyers Women of Spirit Lectures provide a public forum to discuss the most pressing global issues faced by present-day women leaders of faith. In addition to exploring enduring questions of human value and meaning, the Women of Spirit Lecture reflects on topics ranging from environmental justice, poverty, war, and education.
Ms. LaDuke’s lecture will begin at 6:30 pm (doors open at 6:00 pm), followed by a reception.