House Party for Corporate Accountability International
I’m teaming up with Corporate Accountability International, an organization that contributes to creating social change by organizing to stop corporate abuse.
Right now, Corporate Accountability International is working to challenge the current administration’s pro-privatization infrastructure agenda.
Join me for an evening to discuss how we can come together to fight this agenda on a local level. There’ll be snacks! There might be games! Most importantly, there’ll be action!
As César Chávez is reported to have said, organizing is about talking to “one person… then another… then another.”
This is an open event! Invite/bring your friends!
About Corporate Accountability International:
Corporate Accountability International contributes to creating social change by organizing to stop corporate abuse. Our model recognizes the imbalance of power that lies at the root of many of the injustices we face today. We organize strategically to shift the balance of power away from transnational corporations and the wealthy few—and back to people. The organization launched in 1977 as Infact, taking on single-issue campaigns to challenge corporate power (initially, the Nestlé boycott challenging its abusive infant formula marketing). Today, we run multiple campaigns that are building a movement for corporate accountability and social justice.
Learn more at www.stopcorporateabuse.org.
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