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“Tar Sands Protesters Shut Down Keystone XL in Oklahoma as #FearlessSummer Begins”

Occupy.com says Monday’s protest in Oklahoma is part of a week-long national campaign against the fossil fuel extraction industry in general, not just the Keystone XL pipeline.


Seminole, OK – Early on Monday morning, eight protesters blocked construction of a pump station for TransCanada’s controversial Keystone XL pipeline on Seminole lands by locking themselves to equipment – the largest-scale action yet taken by the Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance to halt the project. Overall 10 people were arrested on the day.

Read more at: www.occupy.com


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