Excellent Democracy Now! Show Today about BP Spill Intertwined with Exxon Valdez Survivors

Faith Gemmill speaking at the UN Climate Talks in Copenhagen Photo: Kandi Mossett/IEN

I saw an excellent segment on Democracy Now! this morning regarding the BP mess.
“BP Oil Spill Threatens Future of Indigenous Communities in Louisiana”

A group of people from Alaska who suffered from the Exxon Valdez went to a community in LA.  Faith Gemmill, from REDOIL (Resisting Environmental Destruction on Indigenous Lands) was one of the people from Alaska.  She and all interviewed were excellent.  Global Justice Ecology Project works with Faith on our New Voices on Climate Change Program

More on Faith visit her bio here.

Great job Faith!!!

Orin Langelle

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