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SPSCC Artist & Lecture Series: Winona LaDuke
** Winona LaDuke lecture canceled Feb. 7 **
February 7, 2019 —OLYMPIA, Wash. Due to weather conditions in Minnesota, SPSCC’s lecture with Winona LaDuke is canceled tonight, Feb. 7, 2019.
Refunds for purchased tickets will be provided automatically by The Washington Center for the Performing Arts. Credit and debit card purchases will be refunded by bank account; cash or check purchases will be refunded by mailed check. Additional questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If possible, please do not call the box office.
SPSCC is working to reschedule the lecture and will provide an update once details are confirmed.
Winona LaDuke lives on and works on the White Earth reservation in northern Minnesota. Due to weather conditions in the area, her flight and others have been canceled; she is unable to make it Olympia for the 7:30 p.m. lecture.
SPSCC proudly announces its lineup for its 2018-2019 Artist & Lecture Series. The series aims to bring nationally and internationally recognized artists, speakers, and activists who offer diverse and innovative views and performances to the campus and the local community. Attending one of these Artist & Lecture Series evenings gives audience members the chance to broaden the term culture for themselves.
Writer and political activist Winona LaDuke is a widely-recognized and outspoken advocate of Native American causes, writing extensively about human rights, Native land reclamation, and environmental justice. LaDuke will hold a lecture on her causes and organizations, including the Honor the Earth and the White Earth Land Recovery Project, with time to dive deeper through a Q&A session.