Reportback from Keystone XL vigil in front of White House

 
On the last day of January, as the press diverted their eyes to the Super Bowl, the State Department released a conflict of interest riddled environmental impact statement for the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. On Monday, the 3ed of February, at least 7,000 people took part in hundreds of vigils demanding Obama reject the pipeline. One of the vigils was in front of the White House, complete with a replica pipeline segment. stirring video reportback on DC's anti-Keystone vigil

homepage:: http://dc.indymedia.org/ read more: http://dc.indymedia.org/feature/display/132898/index.php

add a comment on this article