[Selective divestment at Harvard University]
Original Airdate: 10/3/1986
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Marcus Jones reports that Harvard University will selectively divest from companies doing business in South Africa. Jones notes that anti-apartheid activists are pleased, but that they will continue to push for total divestment. Jones' report includes footage of a small gathering of anti-apartheid activists on the Harvard campus. Themba Vilakazi (African National Congress) talks about Harvard's decision to partially divest. Harvard students Dorothee Benz, Susan Dynarski, and Merka Negroni talk about the need for total divestment. Jones notes that the university adminstration denies that the protesters' actions influenced their decision to divest. Jones' report includes footage from an interview with Roderick MacDougall (Treasurer, Harvard University). MacDougall talks about the decision. Jones' report also includes footage of the US Senate in session, footage of workers in South Africa, and footage of George Shultz (US Secretary of State) visiting Harvard University.
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Apartheid - Protests
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News - Television
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