The Issue of Divestment at Hamilton College

by Hamiltonians for Divestment
Clinton, New York, United States
Undated, May 1986
4 pages
Type: Pamphlet
Coverage in Africa: South Africa
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Contents: What is Apartheid? • Some Facts on Divestment • A Realistic Chronology of Events • Today's Symbolic Actions • Strength in numbers • The pamphlet was handed out at Hamilton College graduation in 1986. The pamphlet discusses William M. Bristol III, the Board of Trustees, the Sullivan Principles, Newmont Mining Corporation, Hamiltonians For Divestment (HFD), H.O.P.E. (Hamilton Organization for Peace on Earth), shanties, Vice-President Dan O’Leary, the Emerson Literary Society, Reverend Jeffrey Eaton, Prospective Student Weekend, Melvin Endy, an injunction, Oneida County Supreme Courthouse, Justice John R. Tenney,  racism, donations, The Africa Fund, Ralph E, Hansmann, J. Martin Carovano, Commencement ceremonies, and colleges and universities that have fully and partially divested.
Used by permission for former members of Hamiltonians for Divestment.
Collection: Private collection of Cameron McWhirter