Tulsa Peace Fellowship

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Environmental Protest in Tulsa, Monday Feb 3rd 2014 @ 6pm. Can you come?

TPF President Mark Manley has called for Tulsa NOKXL Vigil @ Freedom Corner 41st and Yale Ave Tulsa, OK 74135 on MONDAY FEBRUARY 3RD 2014 6:00 PM

See Credo event notice: Monday: Nationwide Vigils to Protest Keystone XL

Some candles and signs will be available, but you should bring your own if possible. Here are links to download and print signs:

- Obama: Reject Keystone XL
- KXL = Climate Change
- Stop KXL

You can also download a free “candle” app available on a smartphone - but real candles look better!

Please invite and bring friends.

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Comment by Tony Nuspl on February 5, 2014 at 11:30pm

TV coverage:

FOX23 went to a Keystone protest Monday and learned what some say is being overlooked.

"People need to wake up and know that this isn't your grandfather's pipeline. This is tar sands. And we don't know how to deal with it."

Early Hatley, an organized protestor, said, "These pump stations are going to be some of the largest users of energy in those states."

The Environmental Protection Agency has admitted it hasn't found an effective way to clean up tar sands oil spills.

People opposed to the XL pipeline point to the 2010 spill from a different Canadian company in the Kalamazoo River.

"To this very day it is not cleaned up after spending a billion dollars on that project," said Hatley.

Other protesters said tar sands itself is the problem. It's a form of oil they say is not worth the trouble.

video link: http://www.fox23.com/news/local/story/Protestors-meet-in-south-Tuls...


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