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Casey Camp-Horinek

Indigenous Environmental Network Representative

Lima Tribunal

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Background Information

Employment History

IWECI


Democracy Now


Affiliations

Ponca Tribal Council

Member


Indigenous Environmental Network

Delegate


The Women's Earth and Climate Action Network

Honored Member of the International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative


WECAN International

Honored Member of the International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative


Coyote Creek Center for Environmental Justice

Founder


University of Central Oklahoma

Member


Web References(83 Total References)


Who We Are | WECAN

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Casey Camp-Horinek
CASEY CAMP-HORINEK Special Projects Advisor Casey Camp-Horinek of the 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. Casey serves as WECAN's Special Programs Advisor, and is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative. Casey Camp-Horinek CASEY CAMP-HORINEK Casey Camp-Horinek of the 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. Casey serves as WECAN's Special Programs Advisor, and is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative. Casey Camp-Horinek, PONCA USA CASEY CAMP-HORINEK, PONCA USA 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. Casey is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative.


News & Media | WECAN

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Casey Camp-Horinek, Ponca Nation leader & Indigenous Environmental Network representative at Lima Tribunal.


Who We Are | WECAN

wecaninternational.org [cached]

Casey Camp-Horinek
CASEY CAMP-HORINEK Special Projects Advisor Casey Camp-Horinek of the 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. Casey serves as WECAN's Special Programs Advisor, and is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative. Casey Camp-Horinek CASEY CAMP-HORINEK Casey Camp-Horinek of the 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. Casey serves as WECAN's Special Programs Advisor, and is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative. Casey Camp-Horinek, PONCA USA CASEY CAMP-HORINEK, PONCA USA 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. Casey is an honored member of the WECAN International Advisory Council and US Women's Climate Justice Initiative.


Erin Brockovich visits Oklahoma to be a "voice of the people" on earthquakes, water issues | The City Sentinel

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Hosted by the Ponca Tribe, Brockovich appeared with Casey Camp-Horinek, a Ponca Tribal Council member and a long-time Native rights activist, and Johnson Bridgwater, director of the Oklahoma Sierra Club at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkowa.
Hosted by Rep. Richard Morrissette, an Earthquake Town Hall Forum was held at the University of Central Oklahoma on Feb. 23 featuring Ponco Tribal Council member Casey Camp-Horinek, Erin Brockovich and Johnson Bridgwater. Photo courtesy of UCO. (L-R) Hosted by Rep. Richard Morrissette, an Earthquake Town Hall Forum was held at the University of Central Oklahoma on Feb. 23 featuring Ponca Tribal Council member Casey Camp-Horinek, Erin Brockovich and Johnson Bridgwater. Ponca Tribal Council member and activist Casey Camp-Horinek with Oklahoma Sierra Club director Johnson Bridgwater at the University of Central Oklahoma Earthquake Forum. Photo courtesy of UCO. Ponca Tribal Council member and activist Casey Camp-Horinek with Oklahoma Sierra Club director Johnson Bridgwater at the University of Central Oklahoma Earthquake Forum.


Lisa Mead - Earth Law Alliance

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The expert witnesses called were Casey Camp-Horinek, an indigenous rights activist and environmentalist of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, USA and Patricia Gualinga, Sarayaku Women's leader of the Kichwa People of the Ecuadorian Amazon. The expert witnesses spoke of the environmental devastation that had taken place in their own communities, and of the importance of creating systems that reflect their belief in the balance of all things. Casey Camp-Horinek said, “I would remind you of a very simple thing.
The expert witnesses called were Casey Camp-Horinek, an indigenous rights activist and environmentalist of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, USA and Patricia Gualinga, Sarayaku Women's leader of the Kichwa People of the Ecuadorian Amazon. The expert witnesses spoke of the environmental devastation that had taken place in their own communities, and of the importance of creating systems that reflect their belief in the balance of all things. Casey Camp-Horinek said, “I would remind you of a very simple thing.


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