Join the National Chevron Day of Action
For thousands like Ercilia on $20 a day without health insurance, one diagnosis can be a death sentence. But Chevron won't use $14 billion in profits to help save her life. Striking Houston janitors are standing up to Chevron for their future and ours.
Workers and community supporters will hold actions outside Chevron or Texaco gas stations in 20 cities -- one for every dollar that Houston janitors who clean Chevron buildings are paid each day for scrubbing floors and cleaning toilets.
1. Get details and materials for the Day of Action
2. Find a Chevron station near you.
3. What would you like to tell Chevron?
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"When I hear that Chevron does not have to pay $3.5 million in taxes, I think of how hard I have to work, and how little I get back in return. Chevron makes billions of dollars every year, but people like me don't see any of the benefit
--Jose Rios, 70 year old janitor who cleans a Chevron building