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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.

You made sure powerful corporate executives heard your voice. Take the next steps with us.

A black and white photo of Malcolm X resting his head against his hand.

On his birthday, we remember and celebrate the life, lessons, and successes of Malcolm X, El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz -- his profound impact in shifting how we view systems of racism and oppression, and his advocacy for justice that amends not just inequality but also inequity.

We know systemic racism and corporate power and deeply intertwined. Learn more about our focus areas for supporting Black communities.

Dr. Yolandra Hancock addresses PepsiCo shareholders at its annual meeting -- demanding a report the impact of sugary drinks on public health.

In my hometown of Flint, MI, it’s been 7 years since our water was poisoned. Donate today to support the ongoing campaign for accountability and justice!

True justice means much more than one guilty verdict.

Today is Coca-Cola’s annual shareholders’ meeting. Send a message that they must stop underwriting voter suppression.

With their upcoming annual shareholders’ meetings, take a minute to demand that Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, McDonald’s and other large food and beverage corporations stop exploiting our schools.

Karen Lewis, CTU president, stands on a podium and speaks to the crowd.

How Karen Lewis, president of the Chicago Teachers Union during the 2012 strike, brought issues of school privatization and education inequity to national attention.

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