On May 5, Anglo American will hold its annual shareholders’ meeting. Around the world, this giant mining company continues to destroy indigenous heritage, putting communities under water stress, damaging the environment and plundering resources. This year, communities affected by the company in Brazil, Peru, Colombia and Chile, along with human rights and climate justice organizations, have come together to tell the company that they have had enough of these abuses. We are making an international call to take action in solidarity with the affected communities and the environment. Take action and send a message to Anglo American.
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