Rally in Camarillo to Protect Our Coast from drilling, spilling & fracking

People from Ventura County, Santa Barbara County and areas as far away as San Diego rallied at the Camarillo offices of the federal agency tasked with overseeing oil drilling in federal waters, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), to speak out against the federal government's plans to reopen our coastline to more drilling - that means more spilling and fracking. 

Here is a photo gallery from the rally: 

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On the 50th Anniversary of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill groups gathered to speak out for a just transition away from fossil fuels, and no new offshore drilling. 

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Carmen Ramirez, City of Oxnard, Mayor Protem speaking to the group about efforts to protect Oxnard from continuing to be a sacrifice zone for pollution. 

CFROG is Ventura County's oil & gas watchdog - defending communities, wild places and open spaces from the negative impacts of oil and gas extraction. 

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