“Reject and Protect” — Mass No KXL Rally in D.C.
We’re at a critical moment in the fight to stop Keystone XL tar sands pipeline route. That’s why thousands of people will march in Washington, D.C., in what could be the last show of mass public opposition before President Obama makes his decision on Keystone XL.
On Earth Day, April 22, tribal communities, farmers and ranchers from along the pipeline route will ride into Washington on horseback for a five-day encampment to protect the climate, land, water and tribal rights. The Center for Biological Diversity and allies will join in for a mass rally on April 26 and march to the White House to speak out against Keystone to save wildlife, the climate and people from this distaster in the making.
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