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ACSRI Announces Support For Divestment From Private Prisons

The Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing of Columbia University announced tonight their support for the University’s divestment from private prisons. This comes as a response to the USenate SAC’s announcement supporting divestment. Read the full statement from ACSRI below.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous FUCK YES!

  • Great Job! says:

    @Great Job! CPD did some amazing organizing around this and deserve a ton of credit for moving this through. Also thank you to SAC for taking a stance!

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