College of DuPage

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Campus Greens

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For Social, Economic and Political Reform

The Campus Greens at College of DuPage is a grassroots organization affiliated both with the college's Student Activities department and the national Campus Greens. We are dedicated to social, economic, and political reform.

Over the past years, we have participated in the creation of a community garden, which provides food to a local shelter. We successfully fought to have Coca-Cola's Odwalla juice drink removed from campus, to stand in solidarity with the company's Colombian unionists (who have routinely been assassinated during contract negotiations). We have also organized several clothing drives for community organizations. Campus Greens has also organized several peace marches and walkouts to protest the illegal war in Iraq.

Throughout this website, you'll find information on our activities and organization. We encourage you to attend our meetings. If you have questions about our group, please contact faculty adviser Prof. Keith Yearman. You can also stop by his office in the Berg Instructional Center, 2025d.