Harvard has a new President, the climate crisis is getting more acute, new students are on campus. Will there be a new divestment policy? Will students in 2019 remember what has been achieved in the divestment struggle by their predecessors? Will they recall what the faculty have achieved and declared in the past? Do they remember what President Drew Faust both said and did while at Harvard and immediately upon leaving the Presidency?
Have college protests about “divestment” already been swept aside by a new wave activism by younger students both in this country and around the world?
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