Corporate Hall of Shame
Which corporations most deserve to be in the Corporate Hall of Shame?
Vote for up to three
GEO Group for profiting richly from Trump's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy at its inhumane and unsanitary detention centers.
Veolia for its role in the lead crises in Flint and Pittsburgh, which have endangered tens of thousands of people.
Coca-Cola for attempting to block public health policies from Washington state to Colombia that seek to address diet-related disease.
McDonald's for paying its workers substandard wages and not adequately addressing sexual harassment complaints.
JPMorgan Chase for being the top fossil fuel financing bank in the world by a wide margin.
Bayer-Monsanto for concealing that Roundup causes cancer and continuing to mass-market it.
Chevron for refusing to clean up spills and dumping in the Amazon that dwarf Exxon Valdez.
Purdue Pharma for helping to fuel the opiod crisis through its aggressive and misleading marketing of OxyContin.
Koch Industries for lobbying for environmental rollbacks, and a tax cut for the rich, and helping fund the Koch Borthers network that pushed Trump's Supreme Court appointments.
Philip Morris International for targeting youth through social media marketing and addictive, flavored e-cigs.
Each year, we ask you to vote for the worst of the worst and induct the “winner” into our Corporate Hall of Shame. Then, we partner with members & allies to to mobilize grassroots pressure and turn up the heat on corporations that corrupt the political process and abuse human rights, the environment and our public health. Cast your vote today!
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