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2nd Amendment
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, the Center for American Progress (CAP), which is against national concealed carry, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which supports a full repeal of “Stand Your Ground” laws, Accessed 4/5/17.

Environment
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a partner of The Nature Conservancy, a liberal and active proponent of cap-and-trade and a carbon tax, Accessed 5/16/18.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola contributes to and is a corporate partner of World Wildlife Fund (WWF), which supports a carbon tax and the liberal Paris Climate Deal in 2015, Accessed 3/18/19.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola supports Center for American Progress (CAP), which supports a carbon tax, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a member of the Ceres Company Network, which is a business coalition that supports cap-and-trade, Accessed 05/17/17
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola matches gifts to the Sierra Club, which which supports cap-and-trade, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, CAP, which supports a carbon tax, Accessed 4/5/17.

Marriage
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola made charitable grants to Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and GLAAD, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which supports same-sex marriage, Accessed 7/23/19.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola served as a 2016 GLAAD Media Awards sponsor and is a GLAAD corporate partner, which is an organization that supports same-sex marriage, Accessed 10/31/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate sponsor of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on marriage here, Accessed 12/20/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, CAP, which applauded the Supreme Court decision overturning bans on same-sex marriage, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate partner of The Trevor Project, which supports same-sex marriage, Accessed 6/6/19.

Life
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola contributes to Catholic Charities, which is a pro-life organization, Accessed 6/13/18.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola contributes to United Way chapters that fund Planned Parenthood, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola contributes to Girls Inc., a pro-abortion organization, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola matches gifts to the Susan G. Komen Foundation who funds Planned Parenthood, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, CAP, which supports abortion as an equal right for women, Accessed 4/5/17.

Education
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which supports Common Core, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, CAP, which supports the implementation of Common Core and calls it “American as Apple Pie,” and is opposed to school choice, Accessed 4/5/17.

Immigration
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola contributes to UnidosUS, formerly known as La Raza, which advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 5/23/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a partner of the League of Latin American Citizens (LULAC), which advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate partner and sponsor of the 2016 USHCC annual meeting. USHCC advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 5/23/18.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola funds the Hispanic Federation, which advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which is a member of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, which supports sanctuary cities, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, CAP, which opposed state legislation prohibiting the creation of sanctuary cities and support sanctuary cities overall, Accessed 4/5/17.

Religious Liberty
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a member of Georgia Prospers, which is a coalition of businesses opposing religious liberty, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola sponsored the 2016 Equality CA annual meeting, Accessed 4/5/17.
Equality CA is a coalition of businesses in favor of stripping religious liberty, Accessed 4/5/17.
In 2016, Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola partnered with Human Rights Campaign (HRC) to oppose religious liberty protections in Mississippi, Accessed 4/5/17.
HRC is the largest organization opposing religious freedom protections.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a member of a business coalition supporting passage of the Equality Act, a national sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) accommodation mandate that would undermine 1st Amendment protections for religious liberty, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola sponsored HRC’s Atlanta 2016 annual Gala. The HRC is the largest anti-religious freedom advocacy group, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate sponsor of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on religious liberty here, Accessed 12/20/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate supporter of the liberal think tank, CAP, which is opposed to religious liberty and RFRA laws, Accessed 4/5/17.
Sprite’s parent company Coca-Cola is a corporate partner of The Trevor Project, which supports the Do Not Harm Act, a mandate that directly opposes RFRA laws, Accessed 6/6/19.
Sprite’s parent company, Coca-Cola, contributes to GLAAD, which opposes RFRA laws, Accessed 7/30/19.

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