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19 Apr 2005

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India Resource Center

Students Campaign to Ban Coca-Cola Products on Campuses [UK, USA]

Student coalitions on college and university campuses [in the UK and USA] have been focusing efforts to ban the sale of Coca-Cola products on campuses because of Coca-Cola's adverse human rights, labor and environmental practices in Colombia and India. Thirteen schools have already severed ties with the Coca-Cola company and more are expected to follow in 2005.

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