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The Coca-Cola Company's Annual Meeting of Shareowners April 25, 2018

The Campaign to Stop Killer Coke plans to challenge The Coca-Cola Co. over its abysmal human rights record, once again, at its 2018 Annual Meeting of Shareowners which is being held on April 25th in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Annual Meeting is the only place where seekers of justice can raise issues before all of Coke's chief policymakers — the top executives and members of the company's board of directors — face-to-face.

Coke's Annual Meeting; April 29, 2015; Atlanta, Georgia

Watch how Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent refuses to answer a simple yes or no question on dangerous child labor posed by Ray Rogers at Coca-Cola's April 29, 2015 annual meeting of shareowners.

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Sparks fly as Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent looks foolish trying to muzzle Corporate Campaign, Inc./Campaign to Stop Killer Coke Director Ray Rogers from raising issues regarding Coca-Cola work-related fatalities and profiting from illegal, dangerous child labor in sugar cane harvesting.

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Coke's Annual Meeting; April 24, 2014; Atlanta, Georgia

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Muhtar Kent showing his outrage for being called a liar on a slide from our PowerPoint presentation while responding to a Ray Rogers question/statement at the 2014 annual meeting.

Coke CEO Muhtar Kent and Ray Rogers Battle Head-to-Head:

Campaign to Stop Killer Coke Director Ray Rogers challenging Coke CEO Muhtar Kent over Coca-Cola's labor and human rights abuses in Colombia, Guatemala and New York and harming the health and well-being of children worldwide. Kent never answered the question: "So, Mr. Chairman, how do you lie your way out of 'Coca-Cola will not market to children under 12 worldwide'?"

Three things you can do to help hold Coca-Cola accountable:

  1. If you, or someone you know, have Coca-Cola stock, please contact us, as we need admission credentials in order to send members of the campaign and our supporters into the annual meeting.
  2. Please consider buying a share of Coca-Cola stock so that you can either attend Coke's annual meeting or provide us with an admission credential to allow another person supporting the Campaign to attend. If you have concerns about the way Coca-Cola abuses people and the environment, please consider joining us wherever the annual meeting is being held. Contact us to coordinate plans.
  3. Make a contribution today. The Campaign to Stop Killer Coke is funded by supporters. A contribution of any amount goes a long way in covering travel and other expenses involved with attending the annual meeting. A contribution can be made at It will be greatly appreciated.

You can contact the Campaign to Stop Killer Coke at (718) 852-2808 or e-mail us at

We look forward to hearing from you!

— The entire team at The Campaign to Stop Killer Coke —