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The questions that went unanswered at Coca-Cola's 2021 Annual Shareholders' Meeting.

Nse Ufot, CEO of the New Georgia Project and the New Georgia Project Action Fund, on Coca-Cola's negative impact on communities of color.

Advocates call into question the corporation's funding for voter suppression and marketing unhealthy products to communities of color.

This resolution was introduced by Harrington Investments and defended by Nsé Ufot at the 2021 Coca-Cola Shareholders’ meeting on April ...

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.

Learn more about how together, we've reined in corporate power in the latest issue of the Spotlight newsletter. 

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Excerpted from Civil Eats; written by Greta Moran When the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Department of ...

Organizers protest Coca-Cola’s marketing practices and political influence outside of the corporation’s headquarters.

Thanks to your action, Coca-Cola has announced that it will officially terminate ties with prominent food and soda industry front group, ILSI.

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