Sandra Bullock Stands Up For the Gulf

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Sandra Bullock has special ties with the U.S. Gulf Coast, namely her adopted son Louis, who hails from New Orleans. Now she's doing what she can to give back.

Reaching out to the public to help those devastated by the tragic BP oil spill, the Oscar winner and many other stars have launched the "Be the One" campaign.

The message: every person can truly make a difference with an individual contribution, be it money, time, labor or just raising awareness. We can all do our part.

Check out Sandra, Blake Lively, Dave Matthews, Lenny Kravitz, Eli and Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, James Carville and many others in the moving PSA below:

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Dear Sandra, It's pathetic you are using the Gulf to keep your name in the news. Is that whats they teach you in Hollywood?


Sandra dear: The idea is great but please make it easier to find the petition and to mail it to others to sign. Thanks you are beautiful H


I was born and raised in New Orleans. I learned to swim in the Gulf and I am devestated by what has happened. It has been destroyed. I used to play bongos and flute with Carlos Santana and I am joining Sandra Bullock in the "Be the One" Campaign. Please join us.


Where is the petition to sign?