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For the U.N. plastics treaty to have the impact the world badly needs, we must keep corporations out of the negotiating room.

Your generosity will help power the campaign for the human right to water across Africa and beyond.

This #GivingTuesday, join us and stand in solidarity with our allies who are organizing for water justice in North America, Africa, and beyond.

Tens of thousands of people took action on Corporate Accountability's campaigns this year. Learn more about the impact we had together.

Cover image of the FY22 Corporate Accountability annual report -- people celebrating the earth and organizing for a better world.

Corporate Accountability is building a world that puts people -- not corporations -- first. Download the 2022 annual report to learn more.

Two orange hands reach and take hold of each other. Within the hands, there are images of people calling out (left) and a water tower (right). Image by Kah Yangni.

Aderonke Ige, activist and associate director of CAPPA, on the power of organizing in solidarity and with courage.

A mistrial declaration marks another roadblock in the far-too-long road to justice for the people of Flint.

A section of "the Roadmap for Reparations" graphic by Paloma Rae: two directional markers pointing in different directions -- showing the racist history of Wells Fargo and the movement for reparations.

It’s time for those who profited from the suffering of black people to pay reparations, including Wells Fargo.

A section of "the Roadmap for Reparations" graphic by Paloma Rae: two directional markers pointing in different directions -- showing the racist history of Wells Fargo and the movement for reparations.

Wells Fargo has a long, storied history of exploiting Black people for profit. Now it's time they pay reparations.

Understanding all facets of White Racism and anti-Blackness is critical to address the harms the U.S. has enacted on Black communities and to advance the cause for reparations.