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Today on Your Call: How can grassroots power take on a global crisis?
On today’s Your Call, we’ll talk about the weekend protests at Chevron’s refinery in Richmond, which connect the health threats to residents living nearby with the larger issues of climate change, fracking, and the Keystone XL pipeline. Can a local march change the behavior of a multinational corporation? And what’s the coalition that can move us away from fossil fuels? Join the conversation and ask your questions on the next Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you.
Andres Soto, Richmond organizer for Communities for a Better Environment
Brooke Anderson, longtime union and worker rights organizer in the Bay Area.
Morissa Zuckerman, Fossil Free Fellow at 350.org