Another major anti-Keystone XL protest will hit Washington, D.C. in April, and it’s bringing together two unlikely allies.
On April 22, the Cowboy Indian Alliance — a group of of ranchers, farmers and tribal communities living along the proposed route of the Alberta to Nebraska oil pipeline — is going to ride to Washington, D.C. and set up camp near the White House for their “Reject and Protect” campaign. They’ll host anti-Keystone XL events for several days, and will conclude their stay with a march to the White House on April 27. The Alliance <a target=_blank href="http://rejectandprotect.org/call-to-action/" …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green