Citizen Action Monitor

Watch new “Tar Sands Action” video & support “Stop the Pipeline” action in Washington

No 257 Posted by fw, August 21, 2011

A new moving and informative video, Tar Sands Action, has been created by filmmaker Josh Fox, creator of Gasland.

Josh joins a growing list of concerned scientists, authors, and celebrities who have voiced their support for the 2000+ people who have signed up to take action in Washington, Aug 20 – Sept 3.

Although the video is already featured on a number of blogs, it’s reposted here to promote widespread viewing.

For additional information on the Stop the Pipeline protest, see the previous post: Stop the Pipeline” Washington protest is urgent call to build mass climate justice movement.

Please visit the independent Tar Sands Action site, where you can sign upsupport the actionsign a petition, and help spread the word.

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