The True Cost of Chevron: Teach-In & Protest

Teach-In 5/23, Protest at Chevron AGM 5/25!

Teach-In on the True Cost of Chevron

Monday, May 23 · 7:00pm – 10:00pm
David Brower Center, Tamalpais Room
2150 Allston Way
Berkeley, CA

Join  JINN, Emem Okon from the Niger Delta and members of  communities from around the world that have been impacted by Chevron’s reckless business operations at this teach-in on the True Cost of Chevron. This event is being held just three days before Chevron’s annual shareholder meeting when the company will release its own annual report.

Then, join us for the rally/protest outside of Chevron’s AGM May 25!

Leaders from Chevron-affected communities that will be traveling from their homes to join us in the Bay Area for these events include:

  • Emem Okon, Kebetkache Women Development and Resource Centre, Nigeria
  • Humberto Piaguaje, Amazon Defense Coalition, Ecuador
  • Mardan Pius Ginting, WALHI – Friends of the Earth Indonesia, Indonesia
  • Gitz Crazyboy (Ryan Deranger), First Nation Dene/Pikini (Blackfoot), Alberta, Canada
  • Elias Isaac, Open Society Initiative, Angola
  • Bryan Parras and Liana Lopez, Texas Environmental Advocacy Services and the Gulf Coast Fund, Houston, Texas
  • Tom Evans, of the Native village of Nanwalek, CookInlet Keepers, Alaska

What Chevron’s annual report won’t tell you (or the company’s shareholders) is the true cost paid for Chevron’s business operations around the world: the lives lost, the wars fought, the communities destroyed, the environments decimated, the livelihoods ruined, and the political voices silenced. Nor will it describe the global resistance movements gaining voice and strength against Chevron’s particularly callous method of operation.

The Teach-In on the True Cost of Chevron will have the real scoop on Chevron’s destructive business and the movements gaining steam around the world to hold the company accountable.

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Protest at Chevron’s Shareholder Meeting

Wednesday, May 25 · 7:00am – 11:00am
Chevron’s World Headquarters
6001 Bollinger Canyon Rd
San Ramon, California 94583

Join us! Biodiesel Bus leaving from Justin Herman Plaza (Market & Embarcadero) in SF at 6:30 am!

RSVP to to join JINN, Emem Okon from Kebetkache Women Development and Resource Center in Nigeria on May 25th . JINN and Emem are joining people  from  communities around the world who are impacted by Chevron’s irresponsible operations. Be a part of this gathering in San Ramon, CA to confront Chevron at its annual shareholder meeting.  You will be joining people from Nigeria, Angola, Alaska, Ecuador, Indonesia, Canada, Texas, California, and more. The  communities represented  have two things in common: they all come from communities that have suffered the dire impacts of Chevron’s reckless pursuit of profits, and they’re all fighting back.

Join us for a colorful and fun rally outside Chevron’s headquarters in support of human rights, environmental, economic and climate justice, and more!

Want to learn more about the True Cost of Chevron before the Protest? Join our Teach-In on May 23

Across the globe, Chevron’s outdated practices are putting our climate and the health of communities at great risk.


From Berkeley or SF, take 80 to 24 (Caldicott Tunnel). Then 680 South. Off at Bollinger Canyon. Make a left onto Bollinger over bridge. Chevron HQ on right.
Drivers will have to park in Whole Foods parking lot across the street or at San Ramon Central Park (on left after Bishop Ranch One E).

From 580, take 680 N. Make a right at Bollinger Canyon Exit.

HQ is between Walnut Creek and Dublin Pleasanton BART stations. There are buses from these stations that go to Bishop Ranch (the corporate business park that Chevron HQ is located in).

RSVP here to let us know if you will join us on May 25th:

For more information on Chevron’s toxic legacy around the world:

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