Although they may have lost their battle to get Fidelity Investments to drop mutual funds that are linked to genocide in Sudan, activists say they are emboldened that more than one out of four shareholders voted in favor of their proposal.

The activists with Investors Against Genocide saw small victories by winning 28% support at Fidelity’s Select Health Care Portfolio and 27% at the Capital and Income Fund, and were also happy that Fidelity was not able to block their proposal from the ballots.

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