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Thu Nov 15 2007
Richmond March Demands Environmental Justice
Thu Nov 15 2007
Richmond Protests Chevron Proposal to Process Dirtier Oils in the City
On Saturday, November 10th, hundreds of people marched on Chevron's Richmond Refinery to oppose Chevron's proposal to process dirtier, sulfur-heavy oils in the city of Richmond. Community activists from the West County Toxics Coalition, GreenAction for Health and Environmental Justice, Communities for a Better Environment, Richmond Environmental Health & Justice Leadership Academy, Community Healthy Initiative, Richmond Greens and ANSWER came together for a march and rally which brought voices against environmental racism, war and social injustice.

photoPhotos | Stop the Chevron Oil Refinery Expansion | March on Chevron Richmond Refinery- No More Pollution | Communities for a Better Environment | West County Toxics Coalition

Past Chevron Protest Coverage:
Protest Against Iraq's New Oil Law | Direct Action At Chevron Headquarters | Meeting in Point Richmond About Chevron Fire | Blockade Of ChevronTexaco Refinery | Demonstrators attempt shutdown of Chevron-Texaco | Direct Action Against War Profiteers: Target Chevron

Recent Chevron News:
Oil Giant Chevron Urged to Cut Ties with Burma | Chevron Seeks Greater China Links Two Years After Unocal Tussle | Big oil companies post record profits for 2006 | Big Oil Throws Down Against Proposition 89

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