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Exxon Valdez Action in the US 

Exxon Valdez Action in the US 

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GP0STPGWD 
09/12/1990 
In response to Exxon's plans to load Mideastern oil and deliver it to Europe, Greenpeace activists scaled the side of the Exxon Valdez, which has been renamed the Exxon Mediterranean, and unfurled a banner that read "Sane Energy: When?" Two demonstrators, handcuffed to each other, perched atop the huge rudder, while six more attempted to block the ship's passage by forming a human oil boom in the San Diego Bay. The six people who made up the human blockade chained themselves in place around a 20-foot inflatable globe that was painted to resemble the Earth. 
Exxon Valdez Action in the US
09/12/1990 
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Exxon Valdez Action in the US
09/12/1990 
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Exxon Valdez Action in the US
09/12/1990 
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Exxon Valdez Action in the US
09/12/1990 
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Exxon Valdez Action in the US
09/12/1990 
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Exxon Valdez Action in the US
09/12/1990 
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Exxon Valdez Action in the US
09/12/1990 
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Exxon Valdez Action in the US
09/12/1990 
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