On a warm evening in 1988 at the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, I sat with a group of women delegates from the North Coast listening to Rachel Binah – our coastal protection political and spiritual leader – who was rallying us to oppose offshore oil and support then-Rep. Barbara Boxer. We wore T-shirts with crossed-out oil derricks, and when Boxer delivered a rousing speech, we waved posters and cheered her boisterously. Full Story