Keystone Pipeline

The ‘Cowboy and Indian Alliance’ Takes Environmental Activism To The President’s Doorstep
By April 17, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

The ‘Cowboy and Indian Alliance’ Takes Environmental Activism To The President’s Doorstep

The Cowboy and Indian Alliance will be riding into Washington D.C. later this month to set up an encampment near the White House. The intention is to tell President Barack Obama to REJECT the Keystone XL pipeline and PROTECT the land, water and climate for future generations. Reject and Protect is led by the “Cowboy Indian Alliance,” […]

MEDIA BLACKOUT: Massive Protests In Front of the White House
By March 3, 2014 2 Comments Read More →

MEDIA BLACKOUT: Massive Protests In Front of the White House

Sunday, thousands of people from over 200 universities joined forces outside of the White House. The activists handcuffed themselves to the White House gates in an effort to bring attention to the Keystone XL pipeline, and to pressure President Obama to reject the Keystone XL. More than 1,000 protestors from across the country marched to […]

Native American Activists Vow ‘Direct Action’ to Stop The Keystone Pipeline By Any Means Necessary
By February 9, 2014 2 Comments Read More →

Native American Activists Vow ‘Direct Action’ to Stop The Keystone Pipeline By Any Means Necessary

President Obama has declared that 2014 should be a “year of action,” but the recent pledge by Native American activists might not be the sort of action he was hoping for. Indigenous groups all over the United States and Canada have vowed to take part in a “direct action” campaign to stop the Keystone XL […]