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to a fate that is long past due. The burden of your chains are a solace
to the hollow within.

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Tar Sands Blockade Condemn Keystone XL Project Director’s Home

HOUSTON- This evening, Houston residents and activists with Tar Sands Blockade have condemned the property of Keystone XL Project Director Les Cherwenuk with the power of The People’s Eminent Domain.
“I’m here to stand with all the other Texas landowners whose land has been stolen by Les Cherwenuk and the Keystone XL pipeline,” said Jerry Hightower, a Texan whose family’s land is crossed by Keystone XL and the Exxon Pegasus pipeline. “If Les is willing to endanger Texans’ property with a fraudulent eminent domain process, he should start with his own.”
In March 2012, President Obama fast-tracked the southern segment of the Keystone XL pipeline in a speech in Cushing, Oklahoma. Over the last year, grassroots organizations like Tar Sands Blockade have launched sustained nonviolent direct action campaigns to halt its construction. After a series of direct actions resulting in dozens of arrests, Tar Sands Blockade has successfully delayed construction of the southern segment for weeks. Despite the construction delays, the tar sands pipeline is nearing completion later this year.
In addition to its climate pollution, Keystone XL will bring toxic tar sands refining to communities in Houston’s East End and Port Arthur along Texas’ Gulf Coast, which are already among the most polluted in North America. Tar sands refining will only further increase the environmental burden on these low-income communities of color; a clear case of environmental racism.

Tar Sands Blockade Condemn Keystone XL Project Director’s Home

HOUSTON- This evening, Houston residents and activists with Tar Sands Blockade have condemned the property of Keystone XL Project Director Les Cherwenuk with the power of The People’s Eminent Domain.

I’m here to stand with all the other Texas landowners whose land has been stolen by Les Cherwenuk and the Keystone XL pipeline,” said Jerry Hightower, a Texan whose family’s land is crossed by Keystone XL and the Exxon Pegasus pipeline. “If Les is willing to endanger Texans’ property with a fraudulent eminent domain process, he should start with his own.”

In March 2012, President Obama fast-tracked the southern segment of the Keystone XL pipeline in a speech in Cushing, Oklahoma. Over the last year, grassroots organizations like Tar Sands Blockade have launched sustained nonviolent direct action campaigns to halt its construction. After a series of direct actions resulting in dozens of arrests, Tar Sands Blockade has successfully delayed construction of the southern segment for weeks. Despite the construction delays, the tar sands pipeline is nearing completion later this year.

In addition to its climate pollution, Keystone XL will bring toxic tar sands refining to communities in Houston’s East End and Port Arthur along Texas’ Gulf Coast, which are already among the most polluted in North America. Tar sands refining will only further increase the environmental burden on these low-income communities of color; a clear case of environmental racism.