Dakota Rural Action supports tribes in rejecting Keystone XL

Dakota Rural Action board chair Paul Seamans speaks in solidarity with indigenous tribes in rejecting the Keystone XL pipeline during a press conference in Rapid City, South Dakota, on May 16, 2013. In an act of unification, 10 tribes walked out on a State Department consultation and demanded to meet with President Obama on their own terms.

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  1. Marisha says:

    I live in the Eastern US and I also oppose the Keystone XL pipeline. So glad whenever I hear others are fighting it! I think the ten tribes demanding to meet with President Obama on their own terms is totally correct and I hope the president is principled enough to meet with them and listen.

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