today’s Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about the massive Chevron
oil refinery fire in Richmond , which sent smoke clouds over large
portions of the Bay Area. Over 900 residents went to the hospital
complaining of respiratory problems and eye irritation. How are
communities reacting? Join us at 10 or email
email@example.com? Do live close an oil refinery? What do we
need to know about the history of Chevron and how it operates today?
It’s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar and you.
Juhasz, an energy analyst and the author of "The Tyranny of Oil: The
World's Most Powerful Industry -- and What We Must Do to Stop It."
Pulido, an activist and a Richmond resident. She has been involved in
issues impacting the health of her community, including a campaign
against the local Chevron oil refinery.
David Baker, covers energy issues for San Francisco Chronicle
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