The new report examines the corporate backing of police foundations in nearly two dozen cities & the harms inflicted on Black communities.
Private equity and mega-banks are targeting the electric, gas and water utilities we all depend on.
The Newsom administration’s decisions have repeatedly benefited the energy clients of the firm of his close lobbyist friend Jason Kinney.
NRG has paid an army of powerful lobbyists hundreds of thousands of dollars to push a proposed fracked-gas plant against community opposition.
Colleges and universities are good at hiding what specific industries and corporations they invest in, but here are some ways that divestment campaigns can find out this information.
Through donations to police foundations and partnerships with law enforcement groups, AT&T helps the police further militarize and execute the War on Drugs.
The utility Pepco makes donations and fills board seats to maintain a web of influence in DC – and the DC Police Foundation is part of it.
Wendy’s has downplayed its ties to Donald Trump, but the fast food chain’s top owner & chairman, Nelson Peltz, is a major Trump donor, fundraiser & friend.
The same corporations that rake in billions in tax subsidies are also bankrolling police foundations across the US.
Major corporations bankroll and support police foundations across the U.S., helping them to buy tech and weaponry and to normalize police presence in our everyday lives.
Through its AmazonSmile program, Amazon is donating to police foundations – which purchase surveillance technology and weaponry for police departments – across the U.S.
A Sackler family investment firm is the top beneficial shareholder of a publicly-traded oil rig corporation that has faced criticism for taking a $10 million small business bailout loan.