BP's guilty plea marks a step forward for families affected by the 2010 oil spill. But there's a long way to go to repair the damage done.
Language and cultural barriers are posing a challenge. But grassroots organizations hold the key to helping fishermen and other vulnerable people make it through this disaster.
Information, assurances, a voice, and options will be essential for people on the Gulf Coast as they confront the disasterous British Petroleum oil spill.
A lifelong resident of Louisiana and a survivor of Hurricane Katrina confronts what the massive British Petroleum oil spill means for the state she has always called home.
In Oxfam's new short video, watch Loko Dadacha (and others) speak out about the climate crisis.
“People are kind of numb right now, and not sure what to do next,” said Bergeron. That’s the big question: What next? Do people stay? Do they go?
On a field visit to Louisiana following Hurricane Gustav, Oxfam America’s Kenny Rae saw what can grow out of offering the right support at the right time.
Oxfam America and our partners in the U.S. Gulf Coast region are responding to the damage caused by Hurricane Gustav, primarily in rural areas of Louisiana.