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Martin Sheen Throws His Support Behind Coal Protest In D.C.

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Received this email from Martin Sheen’s personal assistant last night:

“Just to let you know that Martin Sheen has signed on supporting the Capitol Climate Action in D.C. tomorrow, Monday March 2nd. at the Capitol Power Plant.”

“He cannot be there due to a previous commitment but wishes all the participants well.”

If this were any other celebrity, we’d call that a pretty lame act of endorsement — but we know Sheen is genuine in his support and would definitely be there if he could. The guy has been arrested an incredible 65 times for his political activism in non-violent protests.

In D.C.? Got warm clothes? Hit the protest at the Capitol Power Plant right now!

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