Corporate Accountability

Donate to send a racial & social justice leader to a critical summit on water justice!

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Help Akili meet his goal of raising $5,000 to ensure the success of the National Summit on the Human Right to Water in Nigeria in January.


Water is one of our most essential resources. But across the globe, corporations are vying to gain control of and commodify our water. People from Pittsburgh, PA to Flint, MI and all the way to Lagos, Nigeria, have seen firsthand what happens when water is commodified.


For more than three years, Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth, Nigeria (ERA) has led a bold campaign to stop local officials from turning over the water system to private hands. Now, this January, ERA and Corporate Accountability are hosting an international water summit in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital. The summit will bring together public officials, experts, organizers, and journalists from Nigeria and around the world.


Help us seize this incredible opportunity for Akili to bring his depth of experience and expertise to the summit.



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