Winona LaDuke is a Native American activist and founder of the White Earth Land Recovery Project (WELRP).
What does WELRP stand for?
WELRP stands for White Earth Land Recovery Project (Minnesota)
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- Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod
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LaDuke is the founding director of White Earth Land Recovery Project and current program director of Honor the Earth.
Winona LaDuke (Ojibwe) is the executive director of Honor the Earth, founding director of the White Earth Land Recovery Project and has written extensively on Native American and environmental issues.
LaDuke: We founded the White Earth Land Recovery Project in 1988 after exhausting nearly all legal means to reclaim our reservation.
The White Earth Land Recovery Project claims that residents continue to construct entry decks and put objects like picnic tables on top of Indian graves.
All children at the Pine Point Public School there qualify for free lunches, according to the White Earth Land Recovery Project.
The White Earth Land Recovery Project wants that sixty-year-old promise kept.