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Today on Your Call: How is Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior ship changing environmental activism?
On today's Your Call, we talk to the captain of the Rainbow Warrior about activism on the ocean. The ship is now docked in San Francisco. Its mission is to expose and combat environmental crimes on the ocean through direct action. Greenpeace calls the Rainbow Warrior an icon of non-violent direct action and a beacon of hope. What questions do you have about the effectiveness of activism in the ocean? Join the conversation on the next Your Call with Rose Aguilar and You.
Joel Stewart, captain of the Greenpeace activist ship, the Rainbow Warrior
Karen Topakian, chair of the board of Greenpeace
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