By Marisol Cantú
Anti-Chevron Day Centering Workers + Community From Left to Right: D4 City Council candidate Jamin Pursell, Alfredo Angulo, attorney Steven Donziger, Vice Mayor Eduardo Martinez, Andres Soto, D6 Councilmember Claudia Jimenéz, Marisol Cantú, Bottom Row: Stephanie Garcia + Miguel Diaz
The Listening Project is excited to announce that we are transitioning into the RPA’s New Environmental Action Team (NEAT). The New Environmental Action Team will work to support policy that is healthy for our land, water, air, and inhabitants, guided by the perspective of our communities most harmed by environmental racism, as a collaborative, intergenerational, racial justice-centered team.Read more
Thank you for your continued support for the Listening Project! We hope you are LOVING the podcast so far and enjoyed last week’s episode, Buying Us Out. In this week’s episode, Union Proud, we are bringing you a conversation between our Organizer, Marisol Cantu, City Council Member Eduardo Martinez, and BK White, Vice President of the United Steel Workers Local 5 Oil Workers Union. Marisol, Eduardo, and BK sat down for a conversation about the relationship between Chevron workers and the Richmond community at-large, and how we can come together to stand up to Big Oil for our health and wellbeing. They talk about the workers’ fight for a fair contract, and how the fight can impact the Richmond community.Read more
Thank you for listening to the Listening Project Podcast.
We have listened to the Richmond community and want to hear from you! Take our Climate Crisis Survey for your chance to win a $100 gift card!Read more
Thank you for listening to the Listening Project Podcast. We appreciate you, our community, and our allies for listening along. Please see the links below for resources mentioned in the episode.
By Dani Zacky
The Listening Project Team has been hard at work over the last month. As always, our main objective has been to listen to our community and those most harmed by the climate crisis and impacts of Chevron in Richmond.Read more
Thank you for listening to the Listening Project Podcast. This week's episode is Silent Killer