United States

  • by KC Golden on November 8, 2011
    As dusk settled on Lafayette Park last Sunday, after the successful “encirclement” of the White House, Bill McKibben was at the mic, wrapping up last Sunday’s inspiring “encirclement” of the White House – a “hug” for the President, urging him to reject the Keystone pipeline.  His voice was full of grateful pride. Just as he was wrapping up, he was interrupted by a message:  the President’s motorcade was passing the north side of the park.  Thousands still remaining in the park turned away from the stage and ran north toward the motorcade, shouting “Yes we can….Stop the Pipeline.” Read more
  • by Ross Macfarlane on June 23, 2009