Saturday, April 26, 2014

Video - Cowboys and Indians Come Together to Oppose the Keystone XL



On April 22nd, 2014, the Cowboy Indian Alliance rode into Washington, DC, set up eight tipis on the National Mall, blessed the encampment, and settled in for a week of resistance and protest against the Keystone XL pipeline.

The Cowboy Indian Alliance is an alliance of midwestern ranchers and tribal communities from along the pipeline's route that has come together to tell President Obama to reject KXL and protect their families, homes, and sacred lands.

Today, Saturday, April 26th, thousands of people will join them to stand together for a final message that the Keystone XL pipeline and the tar sands must be rejected — to protect this, and future generations.

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