Over my winter break I went to hermosa beach and talked to Kevin Sousa the leader of the organization Keep hermosa hermosa. He told me about the history of the oil projects where I learned why the residents are going against the project. I went along the beach trail and saw many homes with these banners and I asked what they meant. Kevin told me they were banners that were part of a silent campaign which had people asking about them which drew more attention in the protest against the oil projects. I learned this new method of protest in my visit to the organization and will continue to analyzing more methods.

Over my winter break I went to hermosa beach and talked to Kevin Sousa the leader of the organization Keep hermosa hermosa. He told me about the history of the oil projects where I learned why the residents are going against the project. I went along the beach trail and saw many homes with these banners and I asked what they meant. Kevin told me they were banners that were part of a silent campaign which had people asking about them which drew more attention in the protest against the oil projects. I learned this new method of protest in my visit to the organization and will continue to analyzing more methods.

Here is a link where you can help out the Amazon by watching the video of what Chevron is doing currently. By signing up you are contributing in helping gain awareness that can get Chevrons attention that we know what they are doing and telling them we want justice.

Chevron has partnered with Texaco Oil company and have been dumping their waste around the Amazon. Since there are indigenous people living in voluntary isolation near the oil projects, they have to suffer from being exposed to such toxics. This little girl has to live with these pollutants because Chevron and Texaco do not take in consideration where they are leaving their waste and have no need to clean it all up.

Chevron has partnered with Texaco Oil company and have been dumping their waste around the Amazon. Since there are indigenous people living in voluntary isolation near the oil projects, they have to suffer from being exposed to such toxics. This little girl has to live with these pollutants because Chevron and Texaco do not take in consideration where they are leaving their waste and have no need to clean it all up.

The amazon rainforest is a beautiful, rich, and contains a lot of biodiversity. It is located in Southern America and is in Peru, Columbia, Brazil, Ecuador, and Venezuela. The Amazon is also home to over 200 tribes that live in voluntary isolation. They have been living on the land for decades without disturbance but recently their home and the Amazon is being destroyed. There are oil projects being set up in the Amazon and deforested most of it.