Two-Axe Earley spent over two decades fighting against the sex discrimination in the Indian Act, which stripped Indian women of their Indian status if they married non-Indian men. On June 28, 1985, Canada passed Bill C-31, an amendment that restored Indian status to women who had lost it through marriage.
Over her career, Horn has produced painting, jewellery and graphic art. She learned to make jewellery — including beaded earrings and bracelets, and as well as Nez Perce-style and breastplate necklaces — from her mother. She also designs fanciful, craft-beer labels for local companies.