Monday Feb Vigil Climate Change, Keystone Pipeline
It’s easy for me to feel isolated and scared about what’s happening to our government and planet. Maybe you feel that way, too. If we just stand together for a few minutes in this vigil of hope and/or outrage (however climate change strikes you), we can gather strength to move forward.
Here’s the what and when and where:
Turners Falls Vigil: Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline
Monday, Feb. 3, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
corner of Avenue A and 7th Street (on the edge of Peskeomskut Park, across from St. Kazimierz)
Here’s the why:
The Keystone XL Pipeline is, for many of us, the last straw, the final weight that pushes our climate and our planet over the edge. There is one last hope to stop this Pipeline: President Obama can say No. He has promised to stop the Pipeline if it increases global climate change – and it’s clear to anyone not tainted by corporate bribery that Keystone XL would mean “game over” for the planet. This vigil is to show how concerned we are about climate change and to hold President Obama to his promise.