Join the Mass Action to Stop Keystone XL in Texas -– Monday, Nov. 19th

The aftershock of Hurricane Sandy is still being felt on the East Coast, its the hottest year on record, and families most affected by climate change are increasingly bearing the brunt of dirty energy extraction.

The acceleration of tar sands exploitation from Keystone XL is dangerously hurdling us toward an unstable future. We need immediate action to address the climate crisis now.

TransCanada’s construction crews are quickly clear-cutting through our homes and forests in East Texas and we must continue to rapidly escalate if we are going to stop this toxic pipeline. We invite you to join us in Nacogdoches, Texas on Monday, November 19th for our next mass action to stop Keystone XL.

Sign up now to join the Mass Action to Stop Keystone XL — Monday, November, 19th

Our last mass action several weeks ago was an important escalation of our power when over 50 people defied TransCanada’s police repression and re-claimed the Keystone XL easement around the tree blockade. Now 48 days later the tree blockade still stands but they are building the pipeline around it.

We must continue to demonstrate our resistance at various points along the pipeline route if we are going to stop it for good. The family friendly event on November 19th will have roles for everyone and participation ranges from a safe, public rally to those who wish to risk arrest. We’ll hold a training on Sunday to empower everyone with the skills to take action.

Join us for the Mass Action on Monday, November, 19th

Let’s come together again to demonstrate our collective commitment to defending our homes from toxic tar sands and the devastation of climate change.

Can’t make it to our Mass Action on Nov. 19th? Hold a solidarity action in your own community from Nov. 14-20th. Sign up now.


About Ethan


Ethan is currently organizing in Texas with Tar Sands Blockade. He is the former Field Director for the Energy Action Coalition and was the Maryland Campaign Coordinator for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN). His strong dedication to nonviolence drives him to oppose the violent impacts of catastrophic climate change on our human communities.

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