#KillerBusiness: Divestment Study Guide4.4.2023
Earlier this year, Students Demand Action called out the gun industry and demanded they take action to save lives. Our demands include securing supply chains, refusing to work with bad actors, and stopping marketing to kids and teens. Now, to make sure they hear us, we are calling on our colleges and universities to divest from the gun industry because our schools should not be supporting or funding through investments and endowments, their killer business… And students at more than 35 schools have already signed up to begin their campaigns! Guns are the number one killer of children, teens, and…Continue
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