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  • Michél Legendre
    Together, we showed the world that even with a presidential administration filled with climate-change deniers and fossil fuel executives and shills, we can create the change we need. We will not be divided. We all have a role to play in setting things right -- and Saturday, that meant coming together with hundreds of thousands of others, following the lead of people from communities most impacted by climate change, and demanding separation of oil and state. We marched and rallied for climate, jobs, and justice, which all depend on kicking Big Oil, Gas, and Coal out of our climate policy.
  • Hannah Freedberg
    On April 18, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Board of Education passed a resolution to end McDonald’s McTeacher’s Nights with far-reaching implications for all junk food sponsorship within the district. This is a huge win for everyone who cares about the health of our children. Los Angeles is the second largest school district in the country, and this decisive action sends a powerful message to McDonald’s that communities across the country will not stand for the corporation’s exploitative marketing practices in our schools.
  • Sriram Madhusoodanan
    In a victory for public health, the board of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second-largest school district in the country, adopted a resolution to end McDonald's McTeacher's Nights this April. The resolution comes as millions of parents, educators and health professionals call on junk food corporations to stop kid-targeted marketing.
  • Corporate Accountability International
    Today is a unique Earth Day. It's a unique Earth Day because Planet Earth is in greater jeopardy than ever. But it's also a unique Earth Day because the movement to protect our planet from the intertwined threats of Trump's administration, his climate-change-denying corporate cronies, and climate change itself is stronger and more powerful than ever.
  • Alissa Weinman
    Corporate Accountability International is supporting and amplifying the work of the Our Water Campaign coalition in Pittsburgh. Residents from across the city are making their voices heard and coming together to demand public control of their water.
  • Corporate Accountability International
    April Fools’ Day is a celebration of jokes, hoaxes, and what we used to innocently call “fake news.”  On this first day of April in 2017, we are taking a moment to share examples of corporate …
  • Kelle Louaillier
    As Women’s History Month wraps up, I want to take a moment to reflect on the women on whose shoulders we stand. In this moment of corporate power run amok, with each new headline demanding a response and with so much at stake, it’s important to remember that there is a long history of ordinary people challenging -- and transforming -- corporate power.
  • Corporate Accountability International
    Fired up and ready to challenge Trump's expansion of corporate power? Check out Corporate Accountability International's. "Toolkit for Transformation." It's inspirational--and gives you seven concrete steps you can take right now to build a better world.
  • Corporate Accountability International
    Today we celebrate the life of the great labor organizer, César Chávez, in whose footsteps we follow. The organizing we do and our determination to achieve what is necessary -- not just what seems possible -- owes much to the pioneering work of Chávez.
  • Michél Legendre
    There is an exciting set of actions taking place on April 29. People from across the country will be converging on Washington, D.C., and in their home towns to demand climate justice at a People's Climate event.

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