Backers of Hate
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Backs Hate

Revolving door to Trump administration; investor in private prison and immigrant detention companies

Ties To The Administration

At least five Trump advisors and cabinet members, including Steve Bannon and Gary Cohn, have close ties to Goldman Sachs.

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Profiting From Trump's Agenda?

Major shareholder in private prison and immigration detention companies. Goldman is the ninth largest institutional shareholder in CoreCivic and the 33rd largest shareholder in GEO Group. Goldman Sachs, which has already been criticized for its use of tax havens by Citizens for Tax Justice, would save hundreds of millions of dollars from Trump’s plan to slash the corporate tax rate.

Our Demands

  1. Issue a clear statement that the company does not support current or former employees joining the Trump administration;

  2. Issue a clear statement denouncing Trump’s anti-immigrant, -refugee, and -Muslim agenda, and act to stop Trump’s wall and immigration dragnet;

  3. Cease all investment in private immigration detention and private prison companies; and

  4. Refuse to participate in Trump’s proposed infrastructure overhaul.

Board of Directors

Lloyd Blankfein

Goldman Sachs

M. Michele Burns

Stanford Center on Longevity

Mark A. Flaherty

Wellington Management Company (former)

William W. George

Harvard Business School

James A. Johnson

Johnson Capital Partners

Ellen J. Kullman

DuPont (former)

Lakshmi N. Mittal

ArcelorMittal S.A.

Adebayo O. Ogunlesi

Global Infrastructure Partners

Peter Oppenheimer

Apple (former)

Debora L. Spar

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Mark E. Tucker

AIA Group

David A. Viniar

Goldman Sachs (former)

Mark O. Winkelman

private investor

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