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Laura Waterman Wittstock


Stockbridge Munsee

Laura Waterman Wittstock was born on the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation in New York. Wittstock is a political activist for the Native American Peoples. She founded MIGIZI Communications, a radio news service in the Midwest Great Lakes area for Native peoples. Her activities include work for the Women’s Educational Equity Act and the Harriet Tubman Battered Women’s Center. She has also served on mnay alcohol related education programs. Wittstock has been the director of the American Indian Presss Association and editor for the Legislative Review.


Books by Laura Waterman Wittstock:

Wittstock, Laura Waterman. Ininatig’s gift of sugar : traditional native sugarmaking
Minneapolis : Lerner Publications Co, 1993.
Genre: Nonfiction
Audience: Youth

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