Fwd: Thank you for signing the petition to Larry Fink
From: patty guerrero (pattypaxicloud.com)
Date: Wed, 23 May 2018 13:11:24 -0700 (PDT)
Thanks for signing this.   patty

(plus, we had a fun salon meeting last night reading poetry from Mary Oliver, 
Rumi, Hafiz, Chuang Tzy, Angelus Silesius and others.  One never knows what 
we’ll do at salon)

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> From: CODEPINK INFO <info [at] codepink.org>
> Subject: Thank you for signing the petition to Larry Fink
> Date: May 23, 2018 at 3:07:08 PM CDT
> To: patty guerrero <pattypax [at] icloud.com>
> Dear patty,
> Thank you for signing the petition to BlackRock CEO Larry Fink. 
> To take further action visitwww.codepink.org/blackrock 
> <http://www.codepink.org/blackrock>
> Please forward this email on to others who may want to sign: 
> Here's the full petition: 
> BlackRock CEO Larry Fink: #DivestFromWar 
> Dear Mr. Fink,
> BlackRock must divest from weapons manufacturers, which produce the tools and 
> weapons for war and violence in Palestine, Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan, 
> and countless other areas where the U.S. is active in conflict. The result is 
> the loss of innocent lives and turmoil around the world.
> The sale of U.S. weapons to oppressive regimes like Saudi Arabia is a shining 
> example of how the products made by these companies are not responsible or 
> beneficial to the global community. As you surely know, the country of Yemen 
> is on the edge of famine brought on by the brutal assault from the Saudi 
> regime, a country who recently purchased billions in arms from U.S. weapon 
> manufacturers. 
> We also see these weapons at home. You have recognized the danger of civilian 
> firearms by creating funds that exclude those manufacturers, yet BlackRock 
> remains silent on the weapons used in global conflict. Those same weapons are 
> given to police forces in our communities and turned against Americans. The 
> violence BlackRock profits from is in our streets, and the streets of the 
> world.
> You recently made a statement that BlackRock will hold companies accountable 
> to be good global citizens. Obviously, a statement is not enough, when 
> BlackRock continues to invest in companies engaging in war and conflict, 
> which results in the deaths of innocent civilians and destruction of 
> sovereign nations. There should be no profit from war. The stakes are too 
> high to be driven by profit margins.
> BlackRock must divest from, and stop investing in, companies that sell 
> weapons used in war and violence around the world and at home.
> Yours Sincerely,
> Your friends can sign here: 
> http://www.codepink.org/larryfink?recruiter_id=745580 
> <http://www.codepink.org/larryfink?recruiter_id=745580> 
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