Emily Williams

California Student Sustainability Coalition

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You might remember the long campaign to divest in South Africa, then Sudan, big tobacco, Israel. Now divestment is back again on college campuses.

Should the UC Schools Get Out of Fossil Fuels?

You might remember the long campaign to divest in South Africa, then Sudan, big tobacco, Israel. Now divestment is back again on college campuses.

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