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Portrait of Dan Crawford. Dan has white skin and hair and glasses. He wears a navy blue sweater, stands in front of pine trees, and smiles.

Corporate Accountability supporter Dan Crawford on strategic campaigning and how music can help us connect, heal, and overcome our fears.

People gather outside with a red banner that read "Kick Big Polluters out!" A Black woman with curly hair stands in front of the crowd, holding a sign with the same demand, and leads everyone in song.

The latest stories on how we've challenged the most powerful corporations in the world.

A Black woman, dressed in a beige sweater and black, striped dress is interviewed by the media. She is outside, facing a crew holding audio and visual equipment. Her community stands behind her.

Water privatization --a threat that Jackson, Mississippi now faces--has often led to cost-cutting measures that endanger public health.

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.

Today is World Water Day! Take a moment to read about what you are making possible, and support the newly reintroduced WATER Act!

Faucet with water

The people of Jackson, Mississippi are still living in a state of crisis – and it’s being made worse by the racist and anti-democratic attempts by the state government to take over the city’s water system and strip power from the people.

Portrait of Hannah LaBaron, who has light skin and brown hair, wears a reddish, pink shirt and smiles at the camera.

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.

Two women, stand in front of a group of activists and lead a protest chant. They raise their fists in the air, channeling their energy and passion for climate justice.

The latest updates for our campaigning to challenge corporate abuse.

Two fists and colorful flowers emerge from a petition paper that's secured to a clipboard. An pencil-drawn outline of a person looks in the same forward direction as where the fists and pointed.

The movement for corporate accountability needs all of us. Powerful reflections from Recruitment Director Carolina Santamaria.

Former Corporate Accountability staff member and organizer Kirsten Cross, speaking at the GE campaign victory party. She holds a folder of materials, and is surrounded by other excited volunteers.

We remember a long-time organizational leader and friend, who passed after a bout with pancreatic cancer earlier this year.

Corporate Accountability is looking for a new Executive Director