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Five Hundred Protest Chevron at Richmond Refinery: Part 3
by Bill Carpenter (wcarpent [at] ccsf.edu)
Wednesday Aug 19th, 2009 10:39 PM
Pt. 1: Festival at Richmond BART
Pt. 2: March to Chevron Refinery
Pt. 3: Rally & Die-In at the Refinery
Pt. 4: Civil Disobedience

Part 1 has not been posted. This is Part 3, an eight-minute QT movie. 110MB.
The Chevron Expansion Project has been determined to have "a flawed Environmental Impact Report by a Superior Court Judge in Contra Costa County. Many of us continue to say to Chevron that they need to provide a healthy project, one that will not further degrade our air quality and our public health. Chevron has tried to pit workers against environmentalists, but we continue to say to the oil giant: we want jobs AND clean air."
--Richmond Mayor Gayle McLaughlin's August 2009 e-newsletter
http://www.gaylemclaughlin.net/e-newsletters/e-news_index.htm
§Movement for Climate Justice
by Bill Carpenter Wednesday Aug 19th, 2009 10:40 PM
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§Movement for Climate Justice
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§Movement for Climate Justice
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§Movement for Climate Justice
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§Movement for Climate Justice
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§Movement for Climate Justice
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