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Corporate Accountability organizers and members ready to hold McDonald's accountable for its abuses at the McDonald's Shareholders' meeting.

Educator Karlana Kulseth spoke directly to McDonald’s executives and investors about the harm McTeacher’s Nights cause: Harm she saw with her own eyes when she worked at the burger chain as an assistant manager. These are her reflections on speaking face to face with McDonald’s top executives.

By Greg Trotter for the Chicago Tribune. For now anyway, McDonald’s is not phasing out plastic straws in its U.S. ...

Protesters at McDonald's shareholders' meeting

Over the last few weeks, tens of thousands of you have added your name to a list of demands to McDonald’s. Today, I’ll be delivering those demands to McDonald’s executives face-to-face at the corporation’s annual shareholders’ meeting.

My name is Karlana Kulseth, and I am an educator from our nation’s fifth largest school district in Las Vegas, ...

My name is Alexa Kaczmarski, presenting Proposal 4 – Shareholder Right to Act by Written Consent on behalf of John ...

In the coming weeks, we'll be organizing around the shareholders’ meetings of corporations like ExxonMobil, and McDonald’s. We need your support to make sure we have the strongest presence possible.

By Kate Bratskeir for Mic.com. All chain restaurants in the United States are required to publish calorie counts on their ...

Quit clowning around with people's health, workers rights', and the environment.

Instead of nourishing us, our food is making us sick. And McDonald’s is at the rotten core of that broken system, from farm to family. Tell McDonald’s to stop devastating the lives of people and the planet before their upcoming Shareholders’ meeting.

Public education champion Cecily Myart-Cruz poses with members of Corporate Accountability's food team (Deputy Campaigns Director Sriram Madhusoodanan and National Campaign Organizer Alexa Kaczmarski) in front of a mural in Corporate Accountability headquarters.

Fierce public schools champion and Vice President of UTLA/NEA, Cecily Myart-Cruz, talks about what privatization has to do with racial, economic, and food justice and how McDonald’s tries to sell Black and brown communities lies and false solutions. Read more.

The food industry has spent billions of advertising dollars to intrigue these individuals, ideally while they’re young and impressionable.