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Interview with Leila Salazar of Amazon Watch about some positive developments in a class action lawsuit brought by 30,000 indigenous and farming community residents of the Ecuadorian rainforest against Chevron.

George Cadman of Free Radio Santa Cruz interviews Leila Salazar of Amazon Watch about some positive developments in a class action lawsuit brought by 30,000 indigenous and farming community residents of the Ecuadorian rainforest against Chevron. Leila Salazar-Lopez is the Clean Up Ecuador Organizer at Amazon Watch. Since 2002, she has been leading the campaign to hold Chevron
accountable for the human and environmental destruction in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Prior to working at Amazon Watch, she worked at Global Exchange as the Corporate Accountability Organizer.
Amazon Watch is a non-profit organization based in San Francisco working to protect the Amazon rainforest and support the rights of indigenous peoples.

relevant websites: http://www.amazonwatch.org and http://www.chevrontoxico.com

Peacetalks broadcasts on Free radio Santa Cruz 101fm every sunday 3-6pm PST
http://freakradio.org/

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00:27:55 English 2006-09-07
 
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