Mary Altaffer / AP Photo,Mary AltafferOil Spill ProtestsAs the oil continues to flow in what is being called the biggest environmental crisis in U.S. history, rage against BP overflows. SEE PHOTOS of protests across the country.06.01.10 11:14 AM ETMary Altaffer / AP Photo,Mary AltafferMary Altaffer / AP PhotoProtesters, covered in a mixture of water and paint resembling oil, chant slogans during a demonstration at a BP gas station in New York's Soho, Friday May 28. Tusha Yakovleva / www.tushayakovleva.wordpress.comA protest at a Soho BP gas station in New York on Friday May 28.Tusha Yakovleva / www.tushayakovleva.wordpress.comA protest at a Soho BP gas station on Friday May 28 in New York.Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP PhotoProtesters gather outside BP's offices in San Francisco on May 12 to demonstrate against the Gulf oil rig disaster. Pat Sullivan / AP PhotoTighe Barry, left, pours "oil" on Code Pink co-founder Medea Benjamin, center, outside BP's Houston headquarters on May 24.Justin Sullivan / Getty ImagesA Code Pink protester holds up her hand covered with simulated oil during a demonstration outside of a building under construction on the U.C. Berkeley campus and funded by BP on May 14 in Berkeley, California. John Moore / Getty ImagesProtesters gather in New Orleans for a candlelight vigil on May 20 to mark the one-month anniversary of the BP oil spil.Yuri Gripas / ReutersActivists from the ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) Coalition hold a rally to demand the seizure of BP's assets to provide comprehensive compensation for people affected by the oil spill.Scott Olson/Getty ImagesA protester demonstrates against BP near the company's Chicago offices on May 12. In several U.S. cities, protests were held to call for the seizure of BP assets to help pay for damage from the massive oil spill.