The water listened to us, and we listened to the water. 

Reflections on the first Convening of the 4 Winds By Isabella ZiziIsabella Zizi is Northern Cheyenne, Muskogee Creek and enrolled Three Affiliated Tribes. Isabella attended the first of four Convening of the 4…

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Media Advisory: Ponca Tribe Recognizes the Rights of Rivers

For Immediate Release: July 18, 2022  Casey Camp Horinek, Ponca Environmental Ambassador, campcaseyponca@yahoo.com Shannon Biggs, Movement Rights, shannon@movementrights.org (415)942-2434 Ponca Nation, Turtle Island:  On July 6th, 2022, the Ponca nation made history for the protection…

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2021 Year in Action & 2022 Looking Forward

By Shannon Biggs & Pennie Opal Plant, co-founders, Movement Rights  The year 2021 marked many changes. COVID-19 continued to shift the landscape of when, where and how we could respond…

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Washington Post: Indigenous activists come to D.C. with a message for Biden: Declare a national climate emergency

Link to article: https://www.washingtonpost.com/dc-md-va/2021/10/11/indigenous-protest-dc-climate-change/Casey Camp-Horinek, 73, of White Eagle, Okla., who is a tribal elder and environmental ambassador for Ponca Nation, is also in D.C. this week demanding that Biden…

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Interview: The Work of Breaking Free

A conversation with YES! Media Executive Director Christine Hanna and Casey Camp-Horinek, Environmental Ambassador, Matriarch and Hereditary Drumkeeper of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma.BY CASEY CAMP-HORINEK &CHRISTINE HANNAAs originally posted May 10, 2021 Nearly 20…

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Generations of Indigenous Women Protecting the Rights of Water

Water is alive. It needs to be respected. We must recognize her as a living entity.— Water Warrior Grandmother Josephine Mandamin, Ojibway By Casey Camp Horinek, Shannon Biggs & Pennie…

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