Indigenize the Law: Tribal Rights of Nature Movements - PT 2 | Casey Camp-Horinek

This is Part Two of our conversation with tribal elder and matriarch Casey Camp Horinek. We discuss why a tribally led movement is the best hope for the planet, and how the unique legal and political relationship between tribes and the U.S. federal government is advantageous in efforts to truly protect ecosystems. Casey also discusses the journey her tribe is taking as they explore the best ways to incorporate rights of nature into their legal framework. 
Artwork for this episode includes tintype photography by Will Wilson (willwilson.photoshelter.com/index) and collage art by Mer Young (meryoung.com/).
For more information and transcript, visit the episode page: https://bioneers.org/indigenize-the-law-tribal-rights-of-nature-movements-casey-camp-horinek-2/
Casey Camp-Horinek, a tribal Councilwoman of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma and Hereditary Drumkeeper of its Womens’ Scalp Dance Society, Elder and Matriarch, is also an Emmy award winning actress, author, and an internationally renowned, longtime Native and Human Rights and Environmental Justice activist.
Resources:
Bioneers’ Indigeneity Program Rights of Nature Initiative
Rights of Nature Bioneers Media Hub
Casey Camp-Horinek: Aligning Human Law with Natural Law | 2019 Bioneers Conference Keynote Address
This is an episode of Indigeneity Conversations, a podcast series that features deep and engaging conversations with Native culture bearers, scholars, movement leaders, and non-Native allies on the most important issues and solutions in Indian Country. Bringing Indigenous voices to global conversations. Visit the Indigeneity Conversations homepage to learn more.