September 16-21st

We will be attending the following events. Join us in NYC!

We will be speaking at or co-sponsoring the following events, hope you can join us! 

Read about why we are going from our National Organizer, Isabella Zizi. 


Sunday, September 17th at 1 pm

55th/Broadway in NYC and actions wherever you are


The March to End Fossil Fuels

Join Movement Rights and thousands of us who will take to the streets before the UNClimate Ambition summit to demand President Biden take bold action to end fossil fuels. RSVP here. Volunteer signup form here.



Monday, September 18 at 11 am 

(Explorer’s Club 46 E 70th St, Please register) 

Film screening: Wild Hope with GARN and Movement Rights

Film screening of the Wild Hope episode about Ecuador and hosting a conversation with the filmmakers, Callie Broaddus of Reserva, a reception and discussion at the Explorer’s Club with global Rights of Nature advocates, including Casey Camp Horinek (Ponca Environmental Ambassador and Movement Rights Board Chairwoman) Detailshere. Registerhere


Tuesday,  September 19 at 6-9 pm  

(Great Hall, Cooper Union NYC)


RALLY & FREE Public Event: CLIMATE RISING: Imagining the End of Fossil Fuels Register Here

Movement Rights is proud to co-sponsor the event CLIMATE RISING: Imagining the End of Fossil Fuels in NYC with  our partners at Lush, Stop to Money Pipeline, People VS Fossil Fuels coalition & Make Polluters Pay. 


Speakers include Casey Camp Horinek, Environmental Ambassador for the Ponca Nation and Movement Rights board chairwoman; Alice Hu, Climate Campaigner, New York Communities for Change; Roishetta Ozane, Founder The Vessel Project and Texas Campaign for the Environment and MANY MORE to be added!



Wednesday, September 20 at 6pm*

UN Church Center, Manhattan


In-Person Public Event: Women-led Climate Solutions Are Central to a Just Transition and Thriving Future.

This event is sponsored by Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) Speakers include: 

  • Casey Camp Horinek (Ponca Environmental Ambassador and Movement Rights’ Board Chairwoman Turtle Island, USA

  • Helena Gualinga (Kichwa Sarayaku), Indigenous Youth Climate Leader, Ecuador

  • Ozawa Bineshi Albert, Climate Justice Alliance Co-Executive Director, Turtle Island/USA

  • Elizabeth C. Yeampierre, Executive Director, UPROSE, Turtle Island/USA

*Please allow 40 extra minutes of travel time to get to this location due to heavy traffic during the UNG