Neil Young, Daryl Hannah lead anti-Keystone XL march in Washington, D.C. | CTV News
Canadian singer Neil Young and U.S. actress Daryl Hannah were among
thousands of people who took to the streets Saturday in Washington,
D.C., urging the Obama administration to reject the proposed Keystone XL
The march was the latest protest by the “Cowboy and Indian Alliance,” a
group of First Nations people, farmers and ranchers living along the
pipeline route. The group has been protesting all week in the U.S.
capital, as part of the five-day “Reject and Protect” protest.
Hannah, who led the march on Saturday along with Young, said she
decided to lend her voice to the issue in order to draw “attention to
those that are suffering because of bad practices.”