Casey Camp-Horinek


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Casey Camp-Horinek born Nebraska June 6, 1948. Native American (Ponca) leader; board member of Women’s Earth & Climate Action Network, International (WECAN). Drafted first International Indigenous Women’s Treaty, protecting Rights of Nature, Paris, 2015. Arrested for nonviolent protest at Standing Rock, 2017. Spoke at the UN Forum on Indigenous Issues.


Life on Mother Earth is in danger and coming to a time of great transformation. As Indigenous Peoples, from the global South and North, we are accepting the responsibility designated by our prophecies to tell the world that we must live in peace with each other and Mother Earth to ensure the harmony within Creation.” (Jan. 17, 2014, Quito Ecuador;  photo moms clean airforce)