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|TEACH-IN: Iraq War Anniversary and Resistance Strategies|
|Date||Sunday February 17|
|Time||6:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
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New College of California
741 Valencia St. (btwn 18th/19th Sts., near
|takedirectaction [at] riseup.net|
ANTONIA JUHASZAdded to the calendar on Thursday Feb 14th, 2008 2:58 PM
Analyst with Oil Change International and the
Institute for Policy Studies, organizer and author of
''The Bush Agenda: Invading the World, One Economy at
Jessica Tovar is an organizer with Communities for a
Better Environment. Together with community and labor
groups from Richmond, she is fighting Chevrons new
plans to expand it's Richmond Refinery to process
dirty low quality crude oil.
Dr. Clark is a legendary environmental justice leader,
Executive Director of West County Toxics Coalition,
lifelong Richmond resident and a veteran of the Black
Panthers and the black power movement.
* * Nonviolent direct action and protest
mobilizations for the 5 Year Iraq War Anniversary.
* * Chevron and big oil are a driving force behind
wars for oil and global warming; over a million
gallons a month of occupied Iraq's oil is processed at
Chevron Richmond Refinery.
* * Now Chevron threatens the Bay Area with
massive additional toxic pollution from expansion of
it's Richmond oil refinery to refine dirty crude
oil�which is being fought by community, labor and
* * What does it all mean and how can we end the
war, global warming, environmental injustice, empire
and create alternatives?