Gulf Detox Project, Success Story #1
Vessel of Opportunity worker, Jorey Danos talks about his experience working the Oil Spill of 2010, his subsequent health problems and finding relief through the Gulf Coast Detoxification Project.
Making It Right? A clean-up worker & Gulf tourist discuss the health problems that they are experiencing following their interactions with the BP Gulf Oil Disaster.
In the wake of the BP Oil Disaster many Gulf Coast residents continue to face health challenges. Read more to watch the video.
It has been over fourteen months since the Deepwater Horizon sank releasing BP's oil into the Gulf of Mexico and coastal residents who feel that their health was impacted by the BP oil disaster are still struggling to find answers and relief.
Jamie Griffin a hotel worker talks about the numerous health problems that have arisen directly during the time of exposure to BP Oil.
Gulf "People Helping People" is a fundraising initiative of the Louisiana Environmental Action Network (LEAN), a non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization to support Gulf citizens impacted by the BP Gulf Oil Disaster. Proceeds will go directly to those most in need including fisherfolk, oil spill clean-up workers and residents who's livelihoods and families are suffering from either poor health and/or dire economic hardships. This effort has, and will continue to, assist Gulf oil spill workers, fisherfolk, and coastal residents with transportation and housing to enable them to attend important hearings and meetings, gather their testimonials and supported their participation in the free Gulf Detox Project (including transportation, housing, food and other necessities).