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Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma

Background Information

Employment History

Democracy Now

Affiliations

Delegate
Indigenous Environmental Network

The Delegate
WECAN International

Founder
Coyote Creek Center for Environmental Justice

Web References (132 Total References)


Women raising their voices are ...

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Women raising their voices are Casey Camp-Horinek (Ponca - USA; IEN), Patricia Gualinga (Sarayaku, Ecuador) with Leila Salazar-Lopez (AmazonWatch) translating, Neema Namadamu (DRC Congo) and Kandi Mossett (Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara - USA; IEN).

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Tags : AmazonWatch, Arikara, Casey Camp-Horinek, Ecuador, Hidatsa, IEN, Indigenous Environmental Network, Kandi Mossett, Leila Salazar-Lopez, Mandan, Osprey Orielle Lake, Patricia Gualinga, Ponca - USA, Sarayaku, Women's Earth and Climate Action Network
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Tags : Acción Ecologica, African Biodiversity Network, Alberto Acosta, Attac France, Casey Camp-Horinek, Cormac Cullinan, Council of Canadians Shannon Biggs, Earth Law Center, Ecuador, Esperanza Martinez, Federal Prosecutor, Felício Pontes, Global Alliance Rights of Nature, Health of Mother Earth Foundation, IEN, Indigenous Environmental Network, Kichwa of Sarayaku, Linda Sheehan, Maude Barlow, Movement Rights, Nati Greene, Navdanya, Nnimmo Bassey, Osprey Oreille Lake, Pablo Solon, Patricia Gualinga, Rights of Nature, Ruth Nyambura, Shannon Biggs, Tom Goldtooth, tribunal, United Nations, Vandana Shiva, Wild Law, Women's Earth and Climate Action Network
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Tom Goldtooth (Indigenous Environmental Network), Shannon Biggs (Global Exchange), Gloria Ushigua (Association of Sapara Women, Ecuador), Linda Sheehan (Earth Law Center), and Casey Camp-Horinek (Ponca Nation, Indigenous Environmental Network) joined Lake to expose fundamental flaws in our current laws and management schemes, while presenting bold strategies for re-visioning these paradigms.
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Casey Camp-Horinek of the Ponca Nation and Indigenous Environmental Network took the floor as the final presenter of the day. Her speech was one of hope, explaining to the audience that while the task of uprooting and re-visioning the dominant system seem daunting, this is only so when constrained under the false impression that politicians and economists are the center of ultimate power.
"If the sun did not rise today, would you be here? If you did not have a drink of water, would you be here today? THAT is the true power," Casey explained, the audience erupting in applause.
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Tags : Casey Camp, Casey Camp-Horinek, Earth Law Center, Global Alliance Rights of Nature, Gloria Ushigua, IEN, Indigenous Environmental Network, Linda Sheehan, Osprey Oreille Lake, Rights of Nature, Shannon Biggs, Tom Goldtooth, United Nations, Women Speak: Climate Justice and Solutions, Women's Earth and Climate Action Network
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Casey Camp-Horinek, Actress, Indigenous Environment Network
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Tags : Actress, AmazonWatch, Associaiton of Sapara Women, Casey Camp-Horinek, climate change, Earth Law Center, Ecuador, Global Exchange, Gloria Ushigua, Idle No More, IEN, Indigenous Environment Network, Indigenous Environmental Network, Linda Sheehan, Osprey Orielle Lake, People's Climate Train, Rights of Nature, Rights of Nature Ethics Tribunal, Sapara, Shannon Biggs, Tom Goldtooth, WECAN, Women's Earth and Climate Network, Women's Earth and Climate Action Network


§ Casey Camp-Horinek, a ...

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§ Casey Camp-Horinek, a member of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma who is an actress and an active environmentalist;


Who We Are | WECAN

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Casey Camp-Horinek, PONCA USA

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CASEY CAMP-HORINEK, PONCA USA
Casey Camp-Horinek (Ponca) is a long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist, and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman's Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family, and her community. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network(IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights.
She plays the role of Irene in Barking Water (d. Sterlin Harjo), which in 2009 premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was selected for New Directors/New Films festival in New York. Her love for acting began in the early 1980's when she was worked with the American Indian Theatre Company of Tulsa, whose members have gone on to achieve great success in Hollywood and beyond. Camp-Horinek has served as a mentor and advisor for aspiring Native American filmmakers, actors, and actresses in many venues, including the Sundance Film Institute and local summer programs.
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Casey Camp-Horinek
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CASEY CAMP-HORINEK
Casey Camp-Horinek (Ponca Nation) is a long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist, and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman's Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family, and her community. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network(IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights.
She plays the role of Irene in Barking Water (d. Sterlin Harjo), which in 2009 premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and was selected for New Directors/New Films festival in New York. Her love for acting began in the early 1980's when she was worked with the American Indian Theatre Company of Tulsa, whose members have gone on to achieve great success in Hollywood and beyond. Camp-Horinek has served as a mentor and advisor for aspiring Native American filmmakers, actors, and actresses in many venues, including the Sundance Film Institute and local summer programs. Casey Camp-Horinek is also part of the WECAN International General Steering Committee.


Casey Camp-Horinek, Traditional ...

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Casey Camp-Horinek, Traditional Ponca Elder, ran water ceremony at beginning and end of walk. Casey came last year and returned this year.

Casey Camp-Horinek, Traditional Ponca Elder, ran water ceremony at beginning and end of walk. Casey came last year and returned this year.
PITTSBURG, CALIFORNIA - Bay Area Idle No More continues its Healing Walks to help bring refinery communities together across the San Francisco Bay Area. The first Healing Walk of 2015 (last year in 2014, there were four walks) started in Pittsburg, California, yesterday, April 18.
The walkers left from Pittsburg and marched 14 miles to Martinez, California. Water ceremonies were conducted at the beginning and the ending of the walk by Casey Camp-Horinek of the Ponca Nation in Oklahoma and Crystal Lameman, GreySky ekwa Gena., Elementary school teacher & Sierra Club Canada Climate & Energy Campaigner, Beaver Lake Cree, Treaty No. 6, Northern Alberta.


Down But Not Out/events

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Casey Camp-Horinek (Ponca) is a long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist, and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman's Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family, and her community. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN's global platform regarding the environment and Native rights. Dallas Goldtooth (Mdewakanton Dakota and Dine) is a cultural/language teacher and community health organizer within the Dakota Indian communities of Minnesota. He works for Dakota Wicohan, a language immersion non-profit, developing Dakota culture and language curriculum. He is also a youth worker, activist, poet, traditional artist, powwow emcee, and comedian.

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