Marching on Chevron - Page 2

GREEN CITY: Activists from Global Exchange protest alleged human rights abuses and environmental devastation
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Although he didn't attend the event, the station's owner, David Sahagun, told the Guardian: "Employees told me that the crowd was well behaved and did a good job making their point." As former president of the San Francisco Small Business Network, he stressed the struggles of locally-owned businesses in the face of large corporations and said he was "trying to be a community partner"

Chevron officials did not return calls seeking comment.

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