Bold Oklahoma joined #NoPlainsPipeline and the American Indian Movement (AIM) for a press conference at the Oklahoma State Capitol on Monday, to announce the formation of a coalition working to stop Plains All American’s Diamond Pipeline project — which threatens our water as well as Native American cultural sacred sites and burial grounds along the historic Trail of Tears.

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KOCO News 5 covered the press conference on Monday.

WATCH: The Oklahoman covers Monday’s conference with Bold Oklahoma’s Mekasi Camp Horinek, #NoPlainsPipeline founder Ashley McCray, and Michael Casteel from the American Indian Movement to announce a coalition forming to fight the Diamond Pipeline.

FULL PRESS CONFERENCE (via Marcus Frejo on Facebook):