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AIM leads march to stop the tar sands Keystone XL Pipeline

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10/27/11
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Clyde Bellecourt of the American Indian Movement (AIM) speaking in front of the Canadian Consulate. (Fight Back! News/Staff)

Minneapolis, MN – About 150 people joined the American Indian Movement, the Indigenous Environmental Network and OccupyMN for a rally and march to stop the Keystone XL Pipeline, Oct. 27. Speaking in front of the Canadian Consulate, Clyde Bellecourt, of the American Indian Movement expressed solidarity with OccupyMN, denounced the oppression of native peoples and urged support for the movement to bock the pipeline.

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