Pants Low, Spirits High – The Tar Sands Protests

More than 160 people have been arrested at the White House in the first three days of protests calling on President Obama to reject a proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would carry oil from Canada’s tar sands to the United States. Writer Bill McKibben, a leader of the actions, says on release after two days in jail: “Our pants may be low but our spirits are high, and our determination intact.” Because the world needs to know

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