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The Sierra Club has had its share of environmental successes over the years. It preventedthe damming of the Grand Canyon in the 1960s. It ran successful efforts to expand Sequoia National Park in 1926 and create the Redwoods National Park in 1968. And it hashelped persuade multiple college campuses to divest from fossil fuels and phase out coal-fired power plants on campus.
But until recently, there’s one thing the Sierra Club — and, some say, the broader environmental movement — hasn’t done well. It hasn’t shown support for other social movements, hasn’t added its voice to other calls for change. That’s something Michael Brune, president of the Sierra Club, wants to change.