Moving Caterpillar's annual shareholders meeting from Chicago to Little Rock didn't stop shareholder activists from showing up to protest company bulldozers used to demolish thousands of Palestinian homes. With a reported two-fold increase in the rate of often-multiple demolitions - the Bedouin village of Al-Arakib has been bulldozed 21 times - Jewish Voice for Peace and other groups called for a review of Caterpillar's policies to conform with international human rights laws. The proposal got 21% of the votes. It's a start.
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