1. "A Mother's Letter to TransCanada & Big Oil" was created by Phyllis Cole-Dai (http://www.phylliscoledai.com). It was inspired by a conversation with her 10-year-old son about the Keystone XL pipeline and tar sands mining. She's selling its sound track (her solo-piano single, "Circling") through a variety of digital musical outlets. Every penny earned will be donated to Keystone XL pipeline and tar sands resistance, with a special focus on native efforts.

    Buy "Circling" for 99₵ at CD Baby and you'll donate 90₵ to the resistance. The track is #10 on the album playlist at this link: http://cdbaby.com/cd/phylliscoledai2/Circling. Since it pays the best royalty, CD Baby is by far the best place to buy this track, but "Circling" is also available from other outlets like iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, etc.

    Phyllis Cole-Dai is co-founder of Fast for the Earth (http://www.fastfortheearth.com) and curator of the mindfulness poetry collection "A Year of Being Here" (http://www.ayearofbeinghere.com).

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  2. Debra White Plume (Oglala Lakota) is a devoted Grandmother and leader in the water protection movement. Debra has traveled to many indigenous communities locally and across the continent to talk about sacred water protection. She tirelessly advocates for environmental justice for all citizens of rural regions where energy industries, governmental agencies and investors exploit soils for private gain. Debra is a consulting producer for the documentary Crying Earth Rise Up which was screened in Crawford, Nebraska on July 30, 2015.

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