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Corporate Accountability wages strategic campaigns that compel transnational corporations and the governments that do their bidding to stop destroying our health, human rights, democracy, and planet.

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Wells Fargo shareholders’ meeting statement

Wells Fargo, multinational financial services company, built its wealth on the backs of the Black community – from acquiring a bank that used slaves as collateral andengaging in discriminatory lending practices, to investing in private prison corporations and supporting police foundations. In this statement, delivered at the corporation’s annual shareholders’ meeting, Ann-Michelle Roberts, the associate director of equity and major gifts and the Black Collective program director, demands that the corporation assess the alignment between its stated corporate values and its political contributions.

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