Support the Tar Sands Blockade this Sunday & Monday in Nacogdoches, Texas!
"The movement to stop Keystone XL is escalating with another mass action in East Texas on Monday, Nov. 19th. Join us for 2 days of training and action in Nacogdoches, Texas, Nov. 18 & 19th. This is a family friendly event with roles for everyone! Participation ranges from a family-friendly public rally to those who wish to risk arrest. Our trainings and events are open to everyone ready to defend our homes from toxic tar sands. RSVP right now so we can know how many people to expect. SCHEDULE: Saturday, Nov. 17th - Travel & Arrival (Meet in the parking lot of the Nacogdoches Public Library)Sunday, Nov. 18th - Training (8AM - 8PM, Come ready to camp out) Monday, Nov. 19th - Family friendly Rally to Stop Keystone XL On Monday, meet at 10AM at Lake Nacogdoches, West Park. Located off CR 225, 9 miles west of Nacogdoches Loop 224, turn north at park sign to lake.Questions? Contact: 972-439-5310, TSBComms@riseup.net”
We’ll be in Nacogdoches over the weekend covering these events. If you’re unable to make it, check out the other solidarity events happening over the next week.

Support the Tar Sands Blockade this Sunday & Monday in Nacogdoches, Texas!

"The movement to stop Keystone XL is escalating with another mass action in East Texas on Monday, Nov. 19th. Join us for 2 days of training and action in Nacogdoches, Texas, Nov. 18 & 19th. 

This is a family friendly event with roles for everyone! Participation ranges from a family-friendly public rally to those who wish to risk arrest. Our trainings and events are open to everyone ready to defend our homes from toxic tar sands. 

RSVP right now so we can know how many people to expect. 

SCHEDULE: 
Saturday, Nov. 17th - Travel & Arrival (Meet in the parking lot of the Nacogdoches Public Library)
Sunday, Nov. 18th - Training (8AM - 8PM, Come ready to camp out) 
Monday, Nov. 19th - Family friendly Rally to Stop Keystone XL 

On Monday, meet at 10AM at Lake Nacogdoches, West Park. Located off CR 225, 9 miles west of Nacogdoches Loop 224, turn north at park sign to lake.

Questions? Contact: 972-439-5310, TSBComms@riseup.net”

We’ll be in Nacogdoches over the weekend covering these events. If you’re unable to make it, check out the other solidarity events happening over the next week.

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  24. triangleman said: I don’t think this is a good picture for the event. All I see here is some old white dude complaining about eminent domain. The Keystone XL is not a railroad or a canal, it’s a serious environmental threat to everyone around it.