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Tar Sands Action Plans To Encircle The White House

It’s been several weeks since the last people got out of jail in Washington, DC at the end of two weeks of civil disobedience that led to 1,253 arrests to stop the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. On Sunday, Nov. 6 — a year before the presidential election — the Tar Sands Action will return to Washington, DC, with the goal of encircling the whole White House in an act of solemn protest. “It will be a beautiful and brave sight, the White House enclosed by the kind of people that put President Obama there,” the organizers write.

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