A socialist student group at the Indiana University’s flagship campus in Bloomington disbanded when it recognized it has not done much to start the anti-capitalist revolution that they want.
The Students Against State Violence (SASV) group, in a statement, said the following:
“As of this Spring semester, Students Against State Violence has made the intentional decision to dissolve…”
“Moving on, we will focus our energies on other organizing efforts both on campus and in the larger community.”
The group has been known to advocate for anti-capitalist vandalism acts.