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Nearly 200 activists and journalists outside of BP’s headquarters in downtown Washington, D.C., to stage a citizen’s arrest of the oil giant.

Last Friday, June 4, Public Citizen and its allies rallied nearly 200 activists and journalists outside of BP’s headquarters in downtown Washington, D.C., to stage a citizen’s arrest of the oil giant.

screen capture of video of Tyson Slocum at BP protest in D.C.
Watch Public Citizen Energy Program director Tyson Slocum blast BP on its criminal corporate record!

If you joined us on Friday, a big sincere thank you for making this important action a huge success! I also invite you to share your experience and photos on our blog and flickr account (tag your photos with arrestbp).

If you were unable to join us, no worries. Other events and actions are in development as you read this.

And let us know if you have creative ideas for future citizens’ actions on big oil. Holding BP accountable, preventing future oil spills and moving toward clean energy solutions require massive citizen engagement. Submit your ideas here.

Thank you for your commitment and your action,

Allison Fisher
Organizer, Energy Program

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