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Socially Responsible Investing  
  
SRI, or socially responsible investing, discourages investors from buying stocks in publicly-held or private enterprises which manufacture or promote products or services that endanger human or animal rights or the environment. According to the history, the rudiments of SRI, were first enacted by religious groups, such as the Quakers, in the early 1800s. The first religious sect to object to investing money into the slave trade, the Quakers viewed slavery as a violation of human rights.
  
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