BREAKING: Lifelong Oklahoman Youth Pastor suspended from KXL Construction Equipment, locked to machinery. Earlier this morning, Stefan Warner, a youth pastor who was born and raised in Harrah, OK, locked himself to machinery being used to build the toxic Keystone XL tar sands pipeline through Creek land by treaty near Schoolton, OK. Warner is taking action to protect the North Canadian River and the health of the towns and land it runs through from being irreversibly damaged by diluted bitumen (tar sands) leaks and spills, as well as to send a clear message that the current day colonialism and disregard for the health and sovereignty of indigenous peoples in Alberta and along the pipeline is unacceptable—from a Christian perspective, as well as a human perspective.
2013 Round River Rendezvous July 1-8th
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