We are warehouse workers, climate activists, and citizens around the world, taking on the world's richest man and the multinational corporation behind him.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Amazon became a trillion dollar corporation, with CEO Jeff Bezos becoming the first person in history to amass $200 billion in personal wealth.
Meanwhile, Amazon warehouse workers risked their lives as essential workers, and faced threats and intimidation if they spoke out for their rights to a fair wage.
As Amazon’s corporate empire expands, so too has its carbon footprint, which is larger than two thirds of all countries in the world.
But instead of giving back to the societies that helped it grow, the corporation starves them of tax revenue. In 2019, Amazon paid just 1.2% tax in the United States, where the corporation holds its headquarters.
The pandemic has exposed how Amazon places profits ahead of workers, society, and our planet. Amazon takes too much and gives back too little.
It is time to Make Amazon Pay.
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