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March 24th 2013 - 12:00pm


SUNDAY MARCH 24th, 12-6 pm in NORMAN, OKLAHOMA, Andrews Park
Featuring music legend and activist

Buffy Sainte Marie & band from Toronto.

Mato Nanji & band Indigenous from S.Dakota.

Cassey Camp, Native American Actress & Activist
Richard Ray Whitman, Native American Actor & Activist

Michele Barlond Smith, survivor of the 2010 Enbridge pipeline rupture, from Michigan.

Earl Hatley Native American Grand River Keeper.

Fraking awareness speakers, from Texas & more still to come Mark your calendars...,($5 donations welcome, YOU are the only sponsor)

Get information about the KXL pipeline, increase your Global Warming awareness, music, varied speakers, Multi media friendly, fun empowering grass roots event! Rain or shine....

Event Produced by TruthForce Coalition volunteers, this is what grass roots democracy looks like.


(We welcome green vendors, tax deductible donations, sponsors, publicity for this event. Set up your non profit booth in the park, show alternatives or create on site writing campaign for this global warming cause! Creative environment.)

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Andrews park
201 W Daws St, Norman, OK 73069, USA

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