Nike is an American apparel, footwear, and sporting equipment company that ranks number 126 on the Fortune 500 list. Nike also owns Converse and Hurley.
Nike has remained neutral on 2nd Amendment issues.
Nike signed on to an amicus brief in favor of the Supreme Court overturning state bans on same-sex marriage, Accessed 8/24/16.
Nike received a score of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC’s) Corporate Equality Index (CEI), which includes advocacy for same-sex marriage, Accessed 8/24/16.
Nike is a corporate partner of the HRC, which is the nation’s biggest supporter of same-sex marriage, Accessed 8/24/16.
Nike contributes to the Population Council, which promotes safe abortion worldwide as a way to reduce poverty in densely populated countries around the world, Accessed 8/24/16.
Nike matches gifts to Susan G. Komen NYC and MN chapters, which fund Planned Parenthood, Accessed 10/5/16.
Nike has remained neutral on education issues.
Nike has remained neutral on immigration issues.
Nike was part of a group of companies opposing religious liberty protections in Indiana in 2015. Indiana’s 2015 RFRA law affirmed religious liberty protections, Accessed 8/24/16.
Nike is a member of a business coalition supporting passage of the Equality Act, Accessed 9/01/16.
The Equality Act advocates for sweeping sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) protections at the federal level and undermines 1st Amendment protections for religious liberty, Accessed 9/01/16.
Nike serves as an HRC corporate sponsor, Accessed 9/07/16.
The HRC is the nation’s largest supporter of same-sex marriage, Accessed 9/07/16.
Nike is a sponsor of Ignite, Basic Rights Oregon’s Fall Gala (2015), Accessed 10/3/16.
Basic Rights Oregon supports transgender bathroom bills and opposes religious liberty, Accessed 10/3/16.