Author Archives: Stop the Money Pipeline

#DefundLine3 global day of action on May 7th!

Emma in MN, “I’m calling on you to stand in solidarity with the Line 3 resistance movement by planning an action for the #DefundLine3 global day of action on May 7th! Last October, I planned my first protest at a Chase Bank with other students from my college in Minnesota who are involved with the movement […]

Defund Line 3 Art – Isaac Murdoch

Artist: Isaac Murdoch Isaac Murdoch, whose Thunderbird Woman and other designs have been carried into action at Standing Rock and across North American Indigenous and climate fights, writes, “It is with great respect and dignity as artists that we share our visions and hearts to the world. The power of uniting people through art for […]

New Treasury Climate Counselor Must Act Immediately to Address Climate Financial Risk

Today, members of the Stop the Money Pipeline coalition reacted to the news of John E. Morton’s appointment to serve as Climate Counselor to Secretary Janet Yellen and to lead the Treasury Department’s new Climate Hub by emphasizing the urgency with which Morton and all financial regulators must act to address the systemic risk of […]

NEW POLL: US Voters Support Strong Government and Corporate Action to Curb Wall Street’s Climate Impacts

Voters want the federal government to play an active role in reducing Wall Street’s impact on the climate and preventing climate-fueled economic crises WASHINGTON, DC — Today, a new set of polling released by Data for Progress shows that US voters overwhelmingly support the federal government taking strong action to curb Wall Street’s effect on […]

The WOW (and HOW) of Shareholder Season: A Guide for Activists

Learn how you can engage in shareholder season! Every spring, huge corporations open their doors to their investors, especially their largest investors—huge asset managers like BlackRock and Vanguard. Their investors tell them what to do — and they must respond. Watch this recording of “The WOW (and HOW) of Shareholder Season: A Guide for Activists” […]