Activist Winona LaDuke shared her personal experiences and provided insight on ways to be more self-sufficient with the SUNY Oswego community during a March 28 appearance in the Sheldon Hall ballroom. LaDuke, best known as a sustainability proponent, women’s rights advocate and a vice presidential candidate, spoke on the SUNY Oswego campus as a part of the I Am Oz Diversity Speaker Series. She is also the author of the Winona LaDuke Chronicles and various other novels. Support for the event was provided by the Sustainability Speaker Series and the Feinberg Family Fund, established by alumnus Robert Feinberg ’78 and his wife, Robbi, to create a lecture series on gender equity in the workplace. Additional support was provided by several other campus departments and organizations.
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