#NOKXL: Thousands Across The U.S. Say “Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop”
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We can’t stop. We won’t stop.
Our Indigenous friends and allies in the U.S. and Canada have vowed to not let the “Keystone XL Black Snake
” cross their sacred land. In Nebraska, 115 landowners
refuse to sign agreements with TransCanada and are willing to engage in civil disobedience. Over 76,000 have pledged
to put their bodies on the line in non-violent civil disobedience to stop the pipeline.
Tonight, the fight against Keystone XL got very loud from coast to coast as thousands turned out in the towns, cities and neighborhoods to tell Barack Obama that we won’t be standing for his approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
284 events. 49 states plus Washington D.C. and parts of Canada. Over 10,000 turned out. All with on 3 days of mass organizing and outreach.
That is powerful stuff. Obama and the oil industry can only expect more.
Here’s some images
from tonight’s vigils telling Obama a really clear simple message: NO KXL.
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Check out more vigil photos from across the country in the map below or click here to go straight to the photoset.