Portland Activists Won’t Let City Council Forget About Zenith September 26, 2019
For Lluvia Merello, the decision to protest a crude oil train terminal in Northwest Portland is a simple one.
“If we do nothing, then it’s like we’re agreeing,” said Merello, who is an energy justice organizer with Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility. “So for me personally, it’s about being able to say again and again, ‘We’re not okay with this in our community.’”
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