2015 March Women's History Month Speaker | Winona LaDuke

Please join us for our 2015 March Women's History Month lecture featuring Winona LaDuke. The title of her lecture is "Women and Native Struggles: Toward Ecological Transformation".

Date & Time:

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Admission:

Free and open to the public

Location:

O'Shaughnessy Education Center Auditorium

Map & Directions

Native American activist and advocate for environmental, women's, and children's rights, Winona LaDuke (Ojibwe) is founder and co-chair of the Indigenous Women's Network. She is also the founder and campaign director of the White Earth Land Recovery Project, a reservation-based environmental organization.

The LDCW Book Club will be discussing All My Relations in preparation for her lecture: February 25, 12:00-1:00pm.

Following LaDuke's lecture, a brief reception will be held in the lobby outside of the auditorium.

The Luann Dummer Lecture Series features a distinguished woman speaker each March, Women's History Month.  Established in 1994 through a gift from the estate of Dr. Luann Dummer, the lecture series is open to the St. Thomas community and the public.

All programs offered by the University of St. Thomas shall be readily accessible to individuals with disabilities. For details, call (651) 962-6315.