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Idle No More Solidarity: Draw the Line
Date Saturday September 21
Time 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location Details
Ocean beach, Great Highway between Fulton and Lincoln
San Francisco
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorGathering Tribes
Idle No More "Draws the Line" at Ocean Beach, San Francisco:This event is in conjunction with the national campaign to "Draw the Line on the Keystone XL"

All are welcome to join us! We will begin with a prayer and teach-in at 10:00 in the morning. We will draw an image in the sand of Mother Earth with two paths leading to her. One path will have words embodying the world which existed before colonization and industrialization: the world we want. The other is the path of corporate destruction which names the corporations such as TransCanada (the builder of the Keystone XL Pipeline) that are destroying the environment which Mother Earth's children need to exist. We will conduct a round dance, a dance of peace and friendship at the end.

This is also national Beach Clean-up Day, so feel free to bring a garbage bag to help clean up the belly of our Mother Earth.

Park in the lot at Ocean Beach between Fulton and Lincoln and look for us! Public transportation goes directly to Ocean Beach. Bring your friends and family! Please take lots of photos and upload them to this page. Thank you.
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by Zachary RunningWolf
(runningwolf.zachary [at] Friday Sep 20th, 2013 9:46 PM
I love cleaning the sacred water but it is how one get there. We (Tuk Pikuni) just finished the 4th annual 9-11 Stop Driving(.org) 4-day prayer and Direct Action and recommends a different mode of transportation (i.e. walking, running, riding a bicycle, carpooling, riding BART, with wheelchairs, skooters, taking the Bus or skating). We must stop our addiction to personal car use