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Troubled Waters: Discussion with Bryan Parras on Fenceline Communities on the Gulf Coast

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Published on Apr 19, 2012

Bryan Parras recently traveled to London to tell BP's board and shareholders that their oil disaster continues on the Gulf Coast. He works with Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services (t.e.j.a.s) in Houston, and is an advisor to the Gulf Coast Fund for Community Renewal and Ecological Health. Parras spoke with Bridge The Gulf and the Institute for Southern Studies for the report Troubled Waters: Two Years After the BP Oil Disaster, a Struggling Gulf Coast Calls for National Leadership for Recovery (download). He discussed working in communities that neighbor the Gulf Coast's many petrochemical facilities, and what it was like to grow up in one of those communities, Houston's East End, himself. Read the in-depth interview: http://bridgethegulfproject.org/node/...

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