Last week, JMU’s The Breeze wrote an article covering our recent action Divest JMU on the Move which took place the afternoon of Friday, March 18th. We include a link to this article here, as well as a campaign update in … Continue reading →
(20151022) – (Harrisonburg) JMU senior anthropology and interdisciplinary religion double major Rosie Lynch, of Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, speaks to attendees on behalf of Divest JMU during a teach-in on the lawn in front of the Hillcrest House to help educate the student community on fossil fuel dependance. (Daniel Lin/Daily News-Record)
(Harrisonburg) Members of Divest JMU hold a teach-in on the lawn in front of the Hillcrest House to help educate the student community on fossil fuel dependance. (Daniel Lin/Daily News-Record)
JMU students who attended the youth rally for climate, racial, and immigration justice “Our Generation Our Choice” in Washington D.C. on November 9, 2015
Some of the JMU students who attended the Harrisonburg community’s Postcard to Paris event on November 29, 2015 in anticipation of the COP 21 Climate Summit Negotations. Divest JMU student activists joined local community members from an array of organizations in support of climate justice.