Corporate Accountability

Minnesotans Move their Money from U.S. Bank
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Minnesotans Move their Money from U.S. Bank

On February 16, over 100 religious leaders and community members gathered in front of U.S. Bank headquarters in downtown Minneapolis to call on U.S. Bank to stop toxic practices harming our communities and world.   U.S. Bank continues hazardous business practices that threaten our water, climate and indigenous communities by funding dangerous tar sands oil pipelines and fossil fuel extraction. Over the last several months, MN350 and partners had asked U.S. Bank to meet with […]

Corporate Accountability Week of Action
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Corporate Accountability Week of Action

Unite for climate justice, racial equity, and worker’s rights! During the week of February 14, MN350, along with a local coalition of racial and economic justice groups, hosted a series of actions calling on U.S. Bank to address current business practices that threaten our communities, water, and climate. Over the prior months, community members pledged to move their money from U.S. Bank if they failed to meet with us by Valentine’s Day, Feb 14.  Make […]

Press Release: MN banks should divest from climate chaos
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Press Release: MN banks should divest from climate chaos

For immediate release: January 26, 2016 For more information contact: Ulla Nilsen, MN350 Corporate Accountability ulla@mn350.org, 612-787-7110 Kate Jacobson, MN350 Program Director kate@mn350.org, 651-402-8901 Activists: MN banks should divest from climate chaos Report says Wells Fargo, US Bank invest billions in most-damaging fossil fuels On January 26th at 10:15 am, 25 members of local climate change activist group MN350 entered the lobby of US Bank at the corner of Hennepin and University, chanting “US Bank, […]

U.S. Bank: Fund Solutions, Not Pollution
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U.S. Bank: Fund Solutions, Not Pollution

While most big banks have recently begun to divest from coal mining companies, U.S. Bank has not, and has refused to substantively engage on climate issues. It’s time to Move Your Money from U.S. Bank until they decide to Fund Solutions, Not Pollution.  U.S. Bank needs to put its business practices where its mouth is and invest in the well-being of our communities and climate. Move Your Money TODAY! This action is in response to the Corporate […]