Casey Camp Horinek (her Ponca name is Zhuthi) is an elder and tribal councilwoman of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma, as well as an Emmy award winning actress. Like her brother, the late Carter Camp, who was a leader in the American Indian Movement, Casey has been an outspoken activist for her people, for the Rights of Mother Earth, and against the massive oil pipelines, injection wells and fracking in Oklahoma. “We are averaging one death per week in a community of 800 people. All of these are from cancers and unknown autoimmune diseases from the fracking industry.” She is on the board of Movement Rights and working toward recognizing legal rights of nature to ban fracking on tribal lands. She travels globally to speak on concerns of Indigenous communities throughout the hemisphere.