...making a road by walking...

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One rainy day, we shut down the World Economic Forum.

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In June 2002, 600 women from the Ugborodo and Arutan communities took over ChevronTexaco's Escravos terminal trapping 700 employees for six days. The women had 23 social and environmental demands including correction of river erosion, clean wanted electricity, schools and clinics for their villages. Chevron agreed to the terms.

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