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In early June, the Atlanta City Council voted 11-4 to approve $67 million in funding for “Cop City” — more ...
Programs in Evanston, Illinois; Baltimore, Maryland; and the state of California take steps to set policies and funding for reparations.
Conversation with Daniel Dorado, campaign director, on recent wins, Corporate Accountability's role in the movement, and what gives him hope.
The following statement was delivered by Corporate Accountability, associate director of equity and major gifts, at the Wells Fargo annual shareholder's meeting.
We’re getting ready to attend the annual meetings of some of the most abusive corporations on the planet. We need you by our side to speak truth to power.
Cop City will do irreparable harm to the city and citizens of Atlanta. Take action and add your name to our petition now!
The work for justice will always be a uphill battle, and we'll always keep going, says activist Hannah LeBaron. More on what sustains her in this fight.