A national campaign to protest the construction of the Keystone X-L Pipeline brought out activists in Topeka Monday night.
Members of the group Move-On Topeka organized the event.
Protesters gathered near the Kansas Expocentre near downtown to express their opposition to the project.
Organizers say it is a huge source of carbon pollution and clearly fails the climate test set forth by the Obama administration.
The proposed $7 million project would run more than one-thousand miles from Canada through The United State and Mexico.
Topeka was one of more than 250 protest sites nationwide.