Columbia Prison Divest holds silent protest outside Bollinger class

This article from Columbia Spectator details an instance of resistance on the Columbia campus during the Prison Divest campaign.

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Members of Columbia Prison Divest held a protest and speak-out against the University's investments in private prisons for the National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality on Wednesday afternoon.

After gathering at the Intercultural Resource Center, around 25 students marched to University President Lee Bollinger's Freedom of Speech and Press class in Schermerhorn Hall and silently held signs outside the classroom. Read more...