Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/State-of-the-State-Protest-in-California-27MZIFJ8N8RNL.htmlConceptually similarState of the State Protest in CaliforniaGP0STUKSVCompleted★★★★State of the State Protest in CaliforniaGP0STUKSTCompleted★★★★★★State of the State Protest in CaliforniaGP0STUKSUCompleted★★★★★★State of the State Protest in CaliforniaGP0STUKSWCompleted★★★★State of the State Protest in CaliforniaGP0STUKSXCompleted★★★★State of the State Protest in CaliforniaGP0STUKSYCompleted★★★★State of the State Protest in CaliforniaGP0STUKT0Completed★★★★★State of the State Protest in CaliforniaGP0STUKSZCompleted★★★★State of the State Protest in CaliforniaGP0STUKT1Completed★★★★View AllGP0STUKTGState of the State Protest in CaliforniaLast Chance Alliance activists hold a rally outside Governor Newsom’s State of the State address to highlight the environmental and public health threats posed by California’s oil industry. Activists and community members living on the frontlines of oil production held banners and chanted their demands to underscore the urgency of the climate crisis. The Alliance is comprised of more than 700 environmental, health, justice, faith, labor, community, parent, and consumer organizations.Locations:California-North America-SacramentoDate:19 Feb, 2020Credit:© John Decker / GreenpeaceMaximum size:6720px X 4480pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Activists-Cities-Climate (campaign title)-Crowds-Day-Demonstrations-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Public engagement-Urban areasShoot:Projection and State of the State Protest in CaliforniaLast Chance Alliance activists project messages and images depicting California’s massive fossil fuel infrastructure. Frontline activists working to stop the expansion of fossil fuel projects, and art created by frontline youth are projected onto the exterior of the Capitol building in Sacramento. The activists are highlighting the environmental and public health threats posed by California’s oil industry before Governor Newsom’s State of the State address.