Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights December 2019

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights December 2019

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Lockdown Tarsands Keystone XL Resistance: Young Women Arrested in Oklahoma!

Hughes County, OK, May 14th, 2013
Early this morning Bailey and Holly, both of whom are local Oklahomans and with Cross Timbers Earth First!, walked onto a Keystone XL active construction site in Hughes County, Oklahoma and locked themselves to concrete filled barrels obstructing the use of heavy machinery used in the construction of the pipeline.
Bailey and Holly are part of Cross Timbers Earth First! , a regional chapter of the Earth First! movement, which has been carrying out ecological direct actions for over 30 years.  According to its members, Cross Timbers Earth First! also endorses Great Plains Tar Sands Resistance, a growing coalition of groups and individuals dedicated to stopping the expansion of tar sands infrastructure throughout the Great Plains. Read breaking news coverage:
 http://gptarsandsresistance.org/

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