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Can Harvard be on the 'wrong side of history'?

On Thursday, May 1, at around seven in the morning, 20-year-old college student Brett Roche was placed in handcuffs. His crime: standing in front of a door. But it wasn't just any door. It belonged to Harvard University and led to the office of its president, Drew Gilpin Faust. Roche's decision to defy orders from campus police to "move out of the way" was just one of many actions taken as part of a growing global movement that is calling on educational and religious establishments, cities and states to divest their finances from fossil fuels.

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