It’s time to cast your ballot in the annual Corporate Hall of Shame.
Every year, we pick 10 massively powerful and abusive corporations to appear on our Corporate Hall of Shame ballot. Then we ask you to vote for the worst of the worst, and induct the “winner” into the Corporate Hall of Shame.
Once you pick the winner, we’ll partner with members like you, and allied organizations and activists to mobilize grassroots pressure and turn up the heat on corporations that corrupt the political process and abuse human rights, the environment, and our public health, to demand change and accountability.
And this year, we’re asking some incredible organizations across the corporate accountability movement to tell you about their own campaigns targeting corporations on the ballot. So stay tuned for these special messages over the next several weeks. Then, cast your ballot for the worst corporation.
By casting your ballot in the Corporate Hall of Shame, you are taking the first step toward holding some of the most abusive corporations accountable for profiting at the expense of people’s lives and the planet’s well-being.
This year, many nominees to the Corporate Hall of Shame are massive corporations you’ve likely heard of: Shell, Amazon, McDonald’s, and Coca-Cola.
The ballot also includes corporations you may not have heard of. Corporations like GEO Group, nominated for contributing to the epidemic of mass incarceration by operating prisons and detention centers while exploiting xenophobia and systemic racism, all to make a profit. And TC Energy for forcing an oil and gas pipeline through unceded Wet’suwet’en land after community elders and leaders objected to the project, continuing a pattern of trampling on Indigenous rights and fueling the climate crisis.
When you’re with us, we can stand up to these global corporations that abuse our health, our environment, and our democracy.
Stay tuned in the following weeks for some special messages from allies across the corporate accountability movement who will share stories about the campaigns they are running against some of the corporations nominated.