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Akinbode Oluwafemi speaking at protest

The latest updates from Corporate Accountability's campaigns -- learn more about what your support has made possible.

Patti Lynn's reflections on these difficult times and how we move through them together, putting relationships at the center.

I'm Jose Tapete. I was detained in a GEO Group facility. That's why I want you to vote for GEO Group in the Corporate Hall of Shame.

Read why our allies at Oil Change International think you should vote for Shell in this year's Corporate Hall of Shame. Then cast your vote to make your voice heard.

Here's why RWDSU thinks you should vote for Amazon in the Corporate Hall of Shame.

Learn why our allies at ACRE want you to vote for JPMorgan Chase in this year's Corporate Hall of Shame. Then cast your ballot for this year’s most abusive corporation.

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.

Headlines from Big Polluters on NetZero

Together, we're advancing bold solutions to address the climate crisis, exposing Big Tobacco's dangerous PR schemes, and more.

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.