Video: Keystone XL Pipeline Protest in Washington DC – An Overview

Vincent Schilling
5/5/14

Starting on Earth Day April 22, Thousands of Reject And Protect protesters to include groups from the Cowboy and Indian Alliance and Winona LaDuke’s Honor the Earth Foundation arrived in Washington, D.C. at the Nation’s Capitol to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline.

In this overview video, ICTMN’s Man on the Street Vincent Schilling interviews several tribal leaders to include Cyril Scott, President of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Grammy winning artists The Indigo Girls and John Spotted Tail of the Sicangu Lakota.

Keystone XL Pipeline Protest in Washington DC -- An Overview

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