Ingrid Washinawatok El-Issa

Ingrid Washinawatok El-Issa (1957-1999) was a beloved peace warrior from the indigenous Menominee Nation in Wisconsin.

As a teen she fought for restoration of tribal recognition for her nation and would bring the struggle for sovereignty and environmental justice to the UN and other fronts.  She became a leading international advocate for native peoples.

While helping the U’wa tribe establish a school system, supposedly revolutionary Colombian guerrillas killed her and two fellow activists.

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Poster Dimensions

11×17"

Print Type

Digital (Union Printed at RLM World Headquarters)

Year Created

2018

SKU p994.
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