At Board of Governors meeting, Rutgers community continues to raise concerns regarding pay, intercampus equity

December 9, 2021

On the topic of divestment of the University’s endowment, Rithikha Rajamohan, a graduate student at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and a member of the school’s Social Justice Committee, said Rutgers’ divestment strategy needs to be paired with reinvestment into the local communities that host its campuses.

“If we are actually to move towards stressing climate change, and more importantly, issues of climate justice, divestment really is only one-half of the flywheel,” she said. “We also need to think about how to reallocate and reinvest these funds back into the local community.”

Read more at The Daily Targum, December 8, 2021

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