Water and Land
On the Ponca Nation
Mekasi Camp-Horinek, Founder of Earth Rights and Director of Field Operations for Global Indigenous Council, exposes the reality of Environmental Genocide and Environmental Racism on the Ponca Nation as the mainstream media looks the other way. “We all know that water is life. The years of fish-kills related to the fracking and injection wells amount to environmental genocide,” says Ponca elder Casey Camp-Horinek.
“It is going to take all of us humans because we’re speaking for those without voices, for the deer, the buffalo, the bear, those that fly. In our tribe we have a funeral a week now. We’re being fracked to death and it’s time to take a stand for our people and defend the earth."
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