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Tens of thousands of people took action on Corporate Accountability's campaigns this year. Learn more about the impact we had together.

Cover image of the FY22 Corporate Accountability annual report -- people celebrating the earth and organizing for a better world.

Corporate Accountability is building a world that puts people -- not corporations -- first. Download the 2022 annual report to learn more.

Winning elections is important, but it’s not the only way we can continue making transformative change happen. Let's keep pushing together.

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Two orange hands reach and take hold of each other. Within the hands, there are images of people calling out (left) and a water tower (right). Image by Kah Yangni.

Aderonke Ige, activist and associate director of CAPPA, on the power of organizing in solidarity and with courage.

You are an integral part of powering campaigns that challenge corporate power and build a just future where everyone can thrive! Here’s how.

Two years after the uprisings for racial justice in the summer of 2020, Black people are still being disproportionately and unjustly killed by mechanisms of the state.

El borrador del texto del tratado, parece dejar de lado las salvaguardias contra la interferencia política corporativa.

As the World Health Organization pandemic treaty meetings resume, the draft text fails to address corporate political interference.

From driving the climate catastrophe to propping up police power, BlackRock is one of the most powerful corporate actors on the planet. And our friends at LittleSis explain why this makes BlackRock deserving of being voted into the 2022 Corporate Hall of Shame.

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