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Photo essay: CDCJ occupies Low Library as BCSN protests outside

At 4 p.m. on Thursday afternoon, about 40 Columbia Divest for Climate Justice members—many of whom are still inside Low—entered the building while members of the Barnard Columbia Soildarity Network held a rally on Low Steps to show support for the group.

[RELATED: Live blog: CDCJ stages sit-in in Low]

Maya Garfinkel, BC ’19, organizer of CDCJ, leads a chant on the Sundial

Students chant on Low Steps before joining other CDCJ members inside Low Library.

Students protesting inside of Low Library demand to meet with President Bollinger immediately.

EVP for University Life and rules administrator Suzanne Goldberg came out of Casa Italiana to speak with the chanting protestors.

Divest Barnard supports CDCJ at their speak-out on the Sundial.

Students chant on Low Steps before joining other CDCJ members inside Low Library.

CUAD members showing solidarity for CDCJ’s demands to divest from fossil fuels.

Two organizers of CDCJ come out of Low Library to invite other members inside to participate in the sit-in.

Divest Barnard marches alongside CDCJ to pressure President Bollinger in responding to four years worth of demands.

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