Originally published at http://www.commondreams.org/views/2020/12/04/remembering-debra-white-plume
My masters research was focused on the hydraulics of groundwater remediation. Ironically, it was also most useful to the uranium mining industry that extracted that metal by injecting a solution that dissolved the metal from the formation and then pumped it to the surface. To Wioweya Najin Win (Debra White Plume), I apologize for my complicity.
Debra White Plume, you will be terribly missed.
Good memorial for a great activist!
The poor and oppressed can see a truth oppressors cannot.
Debra saw the latent $uicidal impulse within the white civilization. She and her people could - and do - only wonder why.
I guess you are a WiseOwl!
We’re all victims of Empire. Debra now joins the grandmothers and grandfathers, but her voice can still be heard. May her example speak to all our hearts.
Yes! Wonderful tribute to Wioweya Najin Win, by Ben Price.