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Press Releases

July 21, 2016 in Press

CREDO: Ailes’ departure alone won’t fix Fox’s culture of sexism

CREDO released the statement below in response to the news that Roger Ailes has stepped down as CEO of Fox News following allegations of sexual harassment: “Roger Ailes’ departure is…

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July 21, 2016 in Press

STATEMENT: CREDO praises NBA for taking a stand against LGBT discrimination

CREDO released the statement below in response to reports that the NBA is moving the 2017 All-Star game out of North Carolina due to the state’s discriminatory law targeting the…

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June 6, 2016 in Press

#DumpTrump: CREDO responds to BuzzFeed’s rejection of the RNC convention

In response to news reports that BuzzFeed has pulled out of a $1.3 million advertising deal with the Republican National Committee over Donald Trump’s racist rhetoric, Murshed Zaheed, Vice President…

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In the News

July 20, 2016 in In the news

CNET: GOP convention sponsors have second thoughts as online activists notch win

ColorOfChange and Credo Action pressure 30 big companies to ditch or curtail their sponsorship of the Republican National Convention because of its divisive candidate. Half, including Apple and HP, listen.

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July 11, 2016 in In the news

NBC NEWS: Warren Urges Opposition to TPP Trade Deal

Warren, a potential Clinton vice presidential pick and longtime TPP critic, cut a five-minute video message that will be sent to members of the liberal group CREDO Action, whom she thanks for “keeping up the pressure to stop the Trans Pacific Partnership.”

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July 11, 2016 in In the news

THE HILL: Warren goes on offense to stop Pacific trade deal

Warren, in a new video released by Credo Action, said the United States shouldn’t move forward with the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) because the 12-nation agreement benefits corporations instead of U.S. workers.

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