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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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Grandmothers Fighting KXL

From the Lakota Peoples Law Project: In the wake of the movement at Standing Rock, Big Oil has not slowed its efforts to push pipelines through our Native nations. And now, as the battle over Keystone XL brews in South … 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 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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Civic Responsibility 2 – Public Vigils

One of the reasons I love the Quaker use of queries is how they stimulate me/us to reflect on our lives, beliefs, and encourage us to do more.  Yesterday’s post was about the queries related to civic responsibility.  One of … Continue reading

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Reflections on Activism 2

“It matters little what men say they believe when their actions are inconsistent with their words. Thus we Friends may say that all war is wrong, but as long as Friends continue to collaborate in a system that forces men … Continue reading

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NODAPL Indy Ceremony

Thanks so much to everyone who came to downtown Indianapolis this morning to stand in solidarity with the Standing Rock Tribe as they try to protect our water from the Dakota Access Pipeline.  We felt the prayers many of you … Continue reading

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Why Stopping the Pipeline is So Important

I am so grateful to those who are standing up against the Dakota Access (DAPL)/Bakken Pipeline.  I am also very disappointed that more people are not. I understand there are so many things to be concerned about these days.  And … Continue reading

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Meditation on Keystone

This was written by Jim Poyser, Executive Director of Earth Charter Indiana. https://sway.com/s/slO0QN7gEHCqdw47/embed

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Tar Sands Retribution

I’ve been thinking a lot about the huge fire at Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.  Those of us who have been involved in the Keystone Pledge of Resistance are very familiar with this city, whose population exploded with the development and … Continue reading

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