Patti Lynn, ED of Corporate Accountability, protesting at the Youth Climate Strikes in Boston, holding sign reading "Polluters out, people in"

The shock of this moment provides an opportunity for all of us to rethink and reimagine the kind of world we all deserve to live in—and how best to achieve it. Corporate Accountability and our allies are stepping into this moment to move toward this world by doing what we do best: corporate campaigning.

In the lead up to many of their shareholders' meetings, demand that Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, McDonald's, and others stop funding a shadowy industry group that funds junk science and undermines public health.

Corporate Accountability staff and allies call out Coke’s abuses at its annual shareholders’ meeting.

Spreading junk science to muddle the conversation. Unduly influencing government bodies. Dumping millions into elections to influence the outcome. It’s a ...

Together, we'll expose corporations that attempt to use the pandemic as an opportunity to force political and economic changes for their own benefit.

As we all do our part to respond to the coronavirus, we know corporations and the rich and powerful will attempt to use this crisis for their own profit. Together we will make sure they don't get away with it.

Corporate Accountability organizer speaking truth to power at the PMI shareholders' meeting

Whenever and however they happen, corporate shareholders' meetings are a tremendous opportunity for the campaigns we wage -- because on the most important day of the year for massive corporations, we get to speak truth directly to power.