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Quannah Chasinghorse          

Indigenous Activist & Model

Quannah ChasingHorse is an Indigenous land protector and fashion model. A staunch climate justice advocate, she has walked Gucci and Chanel runways, two Met Gala red carpets and the halls of Congress, where she lobbied against oil drilling in the Arctic Wildlife Refuge.

A member of the Hän Gwich'in and Sičangu/Oglala tribes, ChasingHorse is also an outspoken advocate on issues of environmentalism, sustainability, women's rights and Native American rights. She is a fourth-generation land protector for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as part of the Alaska Wilderness League. She has lobbied against oil leasing, participated in climate rallies and spoken at events and on panels regarding indigenous rights and climate action.

She has appeared on the Forbes "30 Under 30" Art & Style list in 2023 as well as on Teen Vogue's "Top 21 under 21" in 2020.

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