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Earlham College students organize for divestment

Can changing hummus change the world?

This may seem like a lot to ask of the tasty concoction of garbanzo beans, tahini, and garlic, but to several Earlham College students dedicated to promoting peace and justice for the people of Palestine and Israel, hummus is the perfect place to start.

The hummus served at Earlham, a Quaker college in Richmond, Ind., is made by Sabra. Sabra’s parent company, Strauss Group LTD, provides support for the Israeli military’s enforcement of the occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

Organizing the Hope in Iowa

By Kathleen McQuillen, AFSC Iowa Program Coordinator

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