Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Reject and Protect

Photo came from email from 350.org - text below from their email too.

In the past week, Reject and Protect, the action to stop Keystone XL led by the Cowboy Indian Alliance, has really come together.

The big event is now scheduled for Saturday April 26th at 11 AM on the National Mall in Washington DC -- that’s when folks will be converging to make our closing argument against the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, and tell President Obama to protect our land, water and climate.

Together we’ll be delivering a handpainted tipi to President Obama -- a symbol of both our hope that he will live up to his promises, and our promise to stand with farmers, ranchers and tribal leaders to resist the pipeline should he approve it.

It will be an event of unusual power -- I think you’ll want to be there.

Last weekend, the Cowboy Indian Alliance met on Rosebud Sioux land near Ideal, South Dakota to set up a spiritual camp that will serve as a key point of resistance to Keystone XL if it is approved.

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