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    400 Nebraskans Join Hands to Say NO KXL

     

       Dear Cnn, This past weekend we had two big days. The New York Times Sunday Magazine  profiled Jane Kleeb and the work of pipeline fighters  in Nebraska. It is an epic piece, and we ask that you share it with your friends. On Saturday, more than 400 Nebraskans participated in a National Day of Action to call for Pres. Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline, and transition from dirty fossil fuels to clean, renewable energy. In Omaha, an amazing crowd of 230 people joined hands on the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge — which spans the Missouri River that the Keystone pipeline would cross, and endanger with a tarsands spill. Click here to view more photos on Facebook .  We wouldn't be able to keep the pressure on to reject the pipeline without your help. Thank you. Click here to give $10 now to support Bold Nebraska's work. At the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Spirit Camp near Ideal, South Dakota, the Cowboy and Indian Alliance and allies joined hands for a traditional round dance at the tipi camp set up to protest Keystone XL crossing sacred lands and water.  In tiny Bradshaw, NE at the wind- and solar-powered barn built by volunteers on land directly in the path of Keystone XL, folks joined hands to protect our shared investment in clean, renewable energy from a risky tarsands pipeline. Special thanks to Nebraska Sierra Club and Omaha volunteers, Oyate Wahacanka Woecun and the Cowboy and Indian Alliance for taking the lead at the Rosebud Sprit Camp, and the Good Life Alliance for hosting everyone at the barn.  We'll be turning up the heat again this summer, and will be calling on you to come out and join us again soon. We can't keep the pressure on without your help. https://boldnebraska.actionkit.com/donate/donate/?t=5&akid=10.4984.cWq-bJ

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