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  • Patti Lynn
    During the decade she directed the WHO, Dr. Chan fully embraced her role as Big Tobacco’s nemesis, exposing and blocking attempts by the tobacco industry to undermine public health protections. As the new Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus of Ethiopia, takes her place, we urge him to uphold Dr. Chan's lifesaving legacy of standing up to Big Tobacco.
  • Cloe Franko
    After repeatedly saying that he will make the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) “a lot better” or scrap the deal entirely, Donald Trump informed Congress last month that he plans to renegotiate this disastrous trade pact with Canada and Mexico.
  • Alissa Weinman
    Veolia -- one of the largest private water corporations in the world -- was supposed to manage Pittsburgh's water system, deliver safe drinking water, and save the city money. But today, residents across the city are facing health risks from high levels of lead in their water.
  • Michél Legendre
    On Tuesday, June 13 at 7:00 p.m. EDT, Corporate Accountability International is holding a virtual organizing training on resisting Trump’s pro-corporate infrastructure agenda. Join the training and become part of the movement to ensure everyone has access to clean, safe water
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    A community activist, philanthropist, and rafting guide, Rob has been a member of Corporate Accountability International since 1999.
  • Kelle Louaillier
    A truly sustainable people’s movement must have at its core the goal of dismantling all systemic oppression -- together and at once.
  • Corporate Accountability International
    Yesterday, the Trump administration announced its decision to leave the Paris Agreement of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). This is an extreme outcome of conflicts of interest run amok, and does not reflect the will and interests of most people in the United States or around the world.
  • Patti Lynn
    It's what Naomi Klein called a corporate coup: Corporations expanding their control over government under the Trump administration. From appointing CEOs to run entire government agencies to gutting the EPA, this regime aims to smooth the way for corporations to extract profit -- no matter the harm to people and planet.
  • Kelle Louaillier
    What would Rachel Carson do in the age of Trump?
  • Julia Gabbert
    Nearly one in five people in the U.S. do not fill a prescription because they cannot afford it. Meanwhile, transnational pharmaceutical corporations fill their coffers with outrageously priced drugs -- and get away with it because of their monopoly of power.

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