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Project Gulf Impact
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Leading Gulf BP Oil Spill Activists To Hold Urgent Forum on Possible Upcoming Consequences to Seattle Coast.
Project Gulf Impact, one of the Gulf of Mexico’s leading watchdog and activist groups covering the BP Oil Disaster in the Gulf of Mexico will be holding an interactive public forum and exhibit at Seattle University on Saturday, November 20th, 2010 at 3PM. [Casey Commons – 5th Floor] The group, founded by Matt Smith, Gavin Garrison, and Heather Rally, created a firestorm of controversy six months ago when they invented the model for the next generation of activism. Combining filmmaking, interactive online news coverage, and the creation of a non profit aid center, Project Gulf Impact quickly gained success for exposing the lies and cover up related to the BP Oil Spill.
Nationally recognized and respected, Project Gulf Impact continues to expose the truth and consequences of the largest man made catastrophe in history. Project Gulf Impact is revealing a different reality: the spill was just the beginning. With zero transparency from government and non-government agencies regarding the magnitude of the disaster, the question remains: what is really going on? Severe illness, environmental devastation, and pending economic collapse after only seven months, the consequences of this disaster are spreading far beyond the Gulf, and are happening before our very eyes.
Project Gulf Impact will reveal the startling truth about what the next 18 months holds for the oceans of our country – on all coasts. They are holding the exhibition on November 20th, 2010 to spread awareness about what could be affecting residents of Seattle in the very near future. With never before seen documentation, footage, and information, this forum is one not to be missed. In conjunction with speeches, the forum will be an interactive walk-through expo with artwork, never before seen photographs, video footage, and information on the truth. There will be catered food, real new Orleans jazz music, a silent auction, and fundraiser to benefit residents of the Gulf coast. Suggested entry fee at the door is five dollars. Those interested in donating to families affected by the spill and Project Gulf Impact’s continued work and coverage in the Gulf of Mexico may make donations at the event.