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March to Stop Keystone XL Pipeline / Stop Austerity
Date Thursday June 20
Time 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location Details
Meet at Battery East off Lincoln Blvd near Golden Gate Bridge Pavilion, San Francisco
Parking info and directions here: http://www.nationalnursesunited.org/news/entry/stop-austerity-stop-keystone-our-planet-our-health

Event Type Protest
Rally and then march across the Golden Gate Bridge.
June 20th at 12:00 noon:
Join National Nurses United, Credo, Asian Pacific Environmental Network, Friends of the Earth, Food and Water Watch, Sierra Club, 350.org, and more groups. The Brass Liberation Band will be there!

Across the country (and world), momentum is building on all fronts to reject the pipeline, and keep Canada's dirty tar sands oil in the ground. National Nurses United understands the serious health impacts this project would have for communities in Canada downstream from the tarsands excavation, or along the pipeline route -- not to mention folks near refineries where this dirty oil is processed, like Chevron's in Richmond.

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by Zachary RunningWolf
(runningwolf.zachary [at] yahoo.com) Wednesday Jun 19th, 2013 11:16 AM
As much as I support this protest but we all know that our government is not going to alternative energy which is cleaner or cheaper. The only way out is simply that the people of this country boycott personal Driving with the help of the Fourth annual 4 day Stop Driving(.org) Global Warming campaign sponsered by Tuk Pikuni (Tree People) and supported by the Indigenous community. See you on the Bridge and lets us occupy it.
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