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We have all it takes right now to make real democracy possible in America, one in which we each have a rewarding part to play. Becoming a member of Corporate Accountability is a powerful way to help push back and co-create democracy answering to the people. Help them meet the matching gift challenge before December 31!

In my beloved city of Detroit, the human right to water is getting trampled. People are getting astronomical water bills—some as high as $2000. When they can’t pay, their water gets shut off—end of story. Not only do water shutoffs deprive people of water to drink, cook, and bathe—they lead to other horrific outcomes. Like the state taking away children and splitting up families. Or putting liens on homes, which can force people into foreclosure. Here’s what you can do about this outrageous injustice.

Goldman Sachs made billions in profit while millions of people lost their homes during the financial crisis. Now, the Wall Street bank is profiting again, this time extracting millions from Puerto Rico as the island struggles to recover from Hurricane Maria.

Join us this Giving Tuesday in solidarity with people organizing for water justice in Michigan.

Your courage, vision, and determination stand out brightly as I reflect back on all that has happened in 2018. This ...

Corporate Accountability organizers seek to keep Big Polluters accountable for their actions.

We need climate solutions now, and we don’t have a moment to lose. Write to your member of Congress and urge them to be a climate leader.

The front cover of Spotlight, Corporate Accountability’s newsletter.

Articles include: Members of Congress call for public water in Lagos; Member Spotlight: Dr. Christine Runnels; You win huge victory for public health; You expose corporate capture of the UN climate treaty, and more...

Dr. Christine Runnels

Dr. Christine Runnels is a surgical specialist and a social and environmental justice activist. Read about how she increases awareness in her network.

Corporate power is out of control. You can help rein it in. Donate now to our matching gift challenge and double your impact!

Nana Addae is a first-generation Ghanaian-American from Frisco, Texas and student at Emmanuel College. Read how the cycles of history give him hope.