MSNBC’s “The Ed Show” Meets Cowboy and Indian Alliance at Keystone XL Protests in Washington

Mark Hefflinger
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MSNBC host Ed Schultz joined us in D.C. with his film crew on Saturday, April 26 to cover the Cowboy and Indian Alliance’s “Reject and Protect” tipi encampment on the national mall, and ceremonial procession through the streets of D.C. to gift a tipi in honor of Pres. Obama to the National Museum of the American Indian.

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Watch the segment below:

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Nebraska climate meteorologist and landowner John Pollack (left) and MSNBC host Ed Schultz. (Photo by Mark Hefflinger / Bold Nebraska)

Many thanks go out to Ed for helping to shine a light on Reject + Protect, by conducting live interviews with members of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance every day last week from the tipi encampment on the mall. In case you missed those segments, they are embedded below.

Day One: Aldo Seoane (Rosebud Sioux), and Texas rancher Julia Trigg Crawford

Day Two: Nebraska landowner Tom Genung, and Wizipan Little Elk (Rosebud Sioux)

Day Three: Casey Camp (Ponca Nation of Oklahoma), Nebraska farmer Art Tanderup

Day Four: Nebraska rancher Meghan Hammond, Gary Dorr (Nez Perce)


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