Cowboy and Indian Alliance march against Keystone XL pipeline
Members of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance, including Native Americans, farmers and ranchers from across the United States, were escorted by police as they marched down Independence Avenue to protest the proposed Keystone XL pipeline in Washington, DC. The march started on April 22, 2014, as part of the alliance’s “Reject and Protect” protest, a week-long series of actions to show their objections to the pipeline.
On April 22nd, a group of ranchers, farmers and tribal communities from along the #KeystoneXL#tar-sands#pipeline route, called the #CowboyIndianAlliance, will ride into Washington DC and set up camp near the White House to tell President Obama to reject the pipeline.
On 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.