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Keystone Pipeline Spill

I am in deep mourning today at the news of yet another oil spill.  This one from the Keystone pipeline network that I’ve invested so much time and energy and prayer resisting. I am at a loss. I have faith, … Continue reading

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Civil Disobedience – Keystone Pipeline

Having concluded my draft resistance story, yesterday I briefly discussed nonviolence and the civil rights movement of the 1960s that was occurring at that same time. Nonviolence is not simply a political strategy, but meant to be how you live … Continue reading

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Keystone XL Pipeline Permit Canceled

There have been so many times we thought the Keystone XL pipeline was stopped, only to see it revived. Yesterday President Biden canceled it’s permit, and I hope that is finally the end of the pipeline. Brings to a close … Continue reading

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Eviction Notice: Dakota Access and Keystone XL pipelines

Eviction Notice: DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE & KXL (Ally version) We, as allies of the Oceti Sakowin Oyate, support their notice of eviction to KXL and DAPL from their Lakota lands. We support their letter as it follows below: “Indigenous People … Continue reading

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We say no, again, to Keystone XL pipeline

In yet another desperate attempt to prop up the fossil fuel industry, the president has just tried to get around Federal court orders to stop construction of the Keystone XL pipeline until a real environmental assessment is done, as required … Continue reading

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Pipe for Keystone XL Pipeline Arrives

According to Montana’s KRTV, pipe and materials to build the Keystone XL pipeline are beginning to arrive in Montana and South Dakota.  “Glasgow Mayor Becky Erickson said the company told her they could expect 40 to 45 trucks carrying pipe … Continue reading

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Keystone XL Pipeline Resistance Continues

You are encouraged to help resist the Keystone XL Pipeline by submitting your comments to the U.S. State Department before August 29th. Nationwide resistance to TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline began when the Rainforest Action Network (RAN), CREDO, and The Other … Continue reading

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Keystone XL is dead

In some ways it feels like more than eight years have passed since I signed the Keystone Pledge of Resistance and was trained as an Action Leader. I learned a great deal, and connected with a large number of people … Continue reading

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Colonial Pipeline Shutdown

One of the main threads through my life has been trying to protect Mother Earth and all of us from the consequences of extracting, transport and burning fossil fuels. Refusing to have a car. Organizing as an Action Lead in … Continue reading

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Courts and pipelines

The long fight against fossil fuel pipelines in this country continues. Last year Judge James Boasbert invalidated the permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline because of legitimate environmental concerns of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe. He ruled the pipeline to … Continue reading

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