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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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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