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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.

Faucet with water

Every single person deserves safe, clean water at rates they can afford. Write to your member of Congress and urge them to support the WATER Act.

Comic slide from ESCR-Net Corporate Capture comic series

Why the United Nations Treaty on Business and Human Rights is a critical tool to stop corporate abuse and hold corporations accountable.

Women challenging corporate power: Berta Caceres stands at the COPINH (the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras) offices in La Esperanza, Intibucá, Honduras.

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are remembering Berta Cáceres, an Indigenous leader, a human rights defender, and an environmental activist who led a grassroots campaign to stop the construction of a hydroelectric dam in Honduras.