In front of the White House, in the late summer of 2011, 1252 people were arrested protesting the proposed Keystone XL pipeline which would bring a low grade oil from the tar sands of Alberta, Canada 2000 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. This was the biggest civil disobedience action this century in the US. After a rally concluding this two week action, 1200 people dressed in black, formed a human pipeline from the White House to the Chamber of Commerce building . . . and then deconstructed it in a colorful way, believing that to accomplish something as monumental as stopping the tar sands pipeline, it helps to do it in art first!

For more information on how bad the proposed pipeline is for the environment and our climate and to learn how you can help stop it, see: tarsandsaction.org.

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