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What Happened When the Climate Justice Movement Came to Ponca Tribal Lands
Casey Camp Horinek speaks at a protest that was part of the Frontline Oil and Gas conference in Ponca City, Oklahoma.

What Happened When the Climate Justice Movement Came to Ponca Tribal Lands

By Pennie Opal Plant and Shannon Biggs, co-founders, Movement Rights  “Was that an earthquake?” As rivers swelled, floods surged, the earth shook, and tornadoes whipped across Oklahoma—more than 200 Indigenous,…

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Bringing the Climate Justice Movement to the Ponca Nation

By Shannon Biggs and Pennie Opal Plant, Co-founders, Movement Rights Mark your calendars for May 16-18 2019.  The Frontline Oil and Gas Conference will bring impacted community members from across…

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Rivers, Rights and Revolution: Learning from the Māori

By Shannon Biggs and Pennie Opal Plant, Movement Rights' Co-founders   "How do we win now?" is a question many are asking in the wake of the 2017 US Presidential inauguration…

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Lessons from #NoDAPL: We are More Powerful than the Fossil Fuel Industry

By Pennie Opal Plant, Movement Rights co-founder Cover photo "Night time in Sacred Stone" (Oct. 2016) by Camille Seaman There is something powerful rippling through humanity right now.  It is more…

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