Winona LaDuke Quote: “The United States, you know, people…”

The United States, you know, people – one of the reasons that it is said that native people received citizenship in 1924 was so that they could be drafted. And they have been extensively drafted.

Winona LaDuke


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Name: Winona LaDuke
Profession: Activist
Nationality: American
Born: 1959
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