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VIDEO: Divest UMass protestor speaks on arrest and solidarity

Divest protester and UMass sophomore Maddy McLaughlin details the arrest process during the Divest sit-in protests at the Whitmore Administration Building.

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One Response to “VIDEO: Divest UMass protestor speaks on arrest and solidarity”
  1. earle says:

    Why would you be proud of being arrested? And what is the accomplishment, you’ve spent countless resources, years and effort to get the company to divest into fossil fuels. That time could have been spent doing something important or useful. There are far more important causes.

    There is no future in being a protester or “activist”. Unless that’s to become a professor at a highly liberal college like umass and there is only a limited number of positions open for professors and instructors.

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