The U.S. Divestment Movement Takes Nonviolent Direct Action

Now it’s time for the fossil fuel divestment movement to escalate and force our college administrators to answer that question. We’ve petitioned. We’ve met with our administrators. We’ve demonstrated our power with rallies and marches. Coming up on the four year anniversary of the first calls to divest, we are now in the same place as Harvard’s living wage campaign was in 2001, and as Columbia in 1968 and 1985. This spring, we are taking the next step to ask our administrators whose side they are on, because neutrality is no longer an option: either they will side with perpetrators of the climate crisis, or with the students, faculty, and alumni they claim to support.  There is no middle ground.

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