As a mother and an educator living near the largest urban oil field in the country, I am deeply concerned about fracking. I have seen a disproportionate increase in our communities health issues such as numerous reported cases of cancers and increased asthma rates. It is shocking know this is happening.
Ronda lives in Los Angeles, and knows first hand about the impact of fracking on her community. That’s why she joined our campaign to ban fracking in California. Will you stand with Ronda, along with thousands of people all over California, and help organize for a state-wide ban on fracking?
On May 15, Food & Water Watch officially launched the “Ban Fracking in California” campaign in Los Angeles, from a location in Baldwin Hills overlooking the Inglewood Oil Field - the largest urban oil field in the country. Over the next year, we will be organizing in communities all over the state to win local, and ultimately state-wide, bans on fracking.Will you join us by signing up to organize in your community and collect petition signatures asking Governor Brown to ban fracking?
We need your help reaching your friends and neighbors and educating them about the dangers of fracking. With your help, we’ll be able to send a strong message to Governor Brown that Californians don’t want to pay the exorbitant toll that fracking will take out our state.