On the frontlines of resistance to the Keystone XL pipeline, ranchers and The indigenous contingent of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance lines up for Rancher- Indigenous Alliance Stands the Line in DC Against Keystone XL.
On April thousands of people will join them to stand together for a final message that the Keystone XL pipeline and the Photo of Gary Dorr (Nez Perce) and Nebraska rancher Ben Gotschall by Mary Anne Andrei / Bold Nebraska. Reject and Protect is led by the “ Cowboy and Indian Alliance,” a group.
The Cowboy Indian Alliance created this crop art image in Nebraska will arrive in Washington, DC to reject the pipeline and protect their land. Cowboy and Indian Alliance / Reject and Protect morning water ceremony
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|Pictures cowboy and indian alliance stands against pipeline||However, in reality, opposition to the Keystone XL tarsands pipeline has brought communities together like few causes in our history. Voices director: David Braun dbraun bananasuitlibrarian.com Fighting Wildlife Crime: The Unsung Heroes. Nebraska landowner Bob Allpress presents a gift to Chief Billy "Red Wing" Tayac of the Piscataway nation. Federated States of Micronesia. Jane Kleeb, executive director of Bold Nebraska, an organization that opposes the pipeline and which co-sponsored the camp, says she is certain that Keystone catalyzed the growing alliance between the two groups.|
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