Photo Essay By Jenna Pope: Cowboy Indian Alliance

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Jenna Pope has been documenting the social movement since the Wisconsin uprising. Her photography always amazes us in how it captures the moment.  Below are a few photographs from a photo essay she has published on the Reject and Protect protest in the nation’s capital.  Jenna describes the action “On April 22nd, a group of ranchers, farmers and tribal communities from along the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline route, called the Cowboy Indian Alliance, came to Washington DC and set up camp on the National Mall to tell President Obama to reject the pipeline.”

Below the photo essay is a video by Jenna.

Today is the finale of the Cowboy Indian Alliance in Washington, DC.  It is an unusual alliance that set up camp on the Nation’s mall to reject the Keystone XL Pipeline.   Jenna will be live tweeting at www.twitter.com/JennaBPope

We urge you to visit her website to see the full story and her Facebook page for more images.

More info here: http://rejectandprotect.org/

Reject and Protect: Nebraska Landowner Explains Threat to Water Supply from Jenna Pope on Vimeo.

 

 

  • http://annienomad.com/ Sharee Anne Gorman

    These are AWESOME!!! This action is AWESOME!! Tipis in the National Mall nothing more appropriate than *that*!!!! :) Genius!

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