Last month, Food Democracy Now launched the Monsanto Stock Plunge campaign, causing the biotech company's stock to plummet -- even Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant sold $10 million of stock less than a week after the campaign launched.
The next phase of the Monsanto Stock Plunge campaign is scheduled to take place on Friday, May 9, in the form of flash mob protests at Fidelity Investment offices in select cities across the U.S.
Food Democracy Now explains:This coming Friday, May 9th we're having flash mob protests in select cities across the U.S. at Fidelity Investment offices to let them know that we're serious about dumping Monsanto's toxic assets.
Fidelity alone owns more than $3.2 billion in Monsanto stock. In total, Fidelity manages more than $4.6 trillion in assets and more than 20 million customers in the U.S. - Are you one of them?
Take the Monsanto Stock Plunge - National Day of Action - Join the campaign to Divest Monsanto Now!
Let's turn up the heat on Monsanto! On May 9, 2014 at 3 pm EST - 12 pm, PST we're taking it to the streets to tell Wall Street its time to sell Monsanto's stock.
You can click here
to sign a petition urging investment fund managers to dump Monsanto's stock. More information about the Monsanto Stock Plunge National Day of Action is available here
, and you can learn more at the Divest Monsanto Now