Tuition Protests at Colleges and Universities

Tuition Protests at Colleges and Universities

October 9, 2019 100 By Stanley Isaacs


their protests all over at the united
states and that these protests are conducted by students staff faculty at
various colleges and universities what they’re protesting is uh… how different states have cut funding
for up public colleges and universities right so students are now forced to pay
higher tuition at and they also are getting a lot less
academically a lot of classes and the cut a lot of students aren’t even getting
accepted universities even though they’re perfectly qualified to get
accepted so i think is a really big story and
these protests are happening today march fourth and uh… this is known as the march
fourth national day of action for public education and it’s all over a hundred events of
thirty two states uh… fifty eight members of the black student
union at u_c_ irvine two hundred that people it’s their fiscal state
university six hundred people at berkeley’s apolipoprotein at gathered some other california schools that
students basically cut off the entrance uh… to the
schools man know how we want a phrase that the police the day that barricaded
so people in your through in what is this a got violent yeah which i’d totally kent’s first of all let me just say i’d love
these protests i think that this should have happened a long time ago public education is so important and now
it’s out of reach for so many people because it’s become so expensive just unbearable i you can’t get quality
education for an affordable price anymore so i’m
glad these processes are happening but they can get violent if they get violate
the message is going to get skewed people are gonna get distracted from
what the real messages you know i hear you are right now
obviously that’s true uh… i’ll tell you why i think you know that
that’s one card out its windows smashed is just one small incident among mike
tyson off hunger different gathering so i want a blade over-hyped at the same time you start to get a sense of how angry people right this is the anger
starting up a little you squeeze people use reason he’s he’s the one one parent in the store was like what i now have paid up more tuition but i’m getting paid less and i have less insurance higher
premiums i mean everything to squeeze from all sides and it boiling over uh… spoiling this boy in its morley our politicians totally ignore and they keep you know that they can
ignite for a lot look i think that this is all the great size okay because what usually happens with
our political system is people allow politicians to get away
with murder until it starts affecting their own pocketbooks and when it starts
affecting their own bank accounts now that people are really feeling you
know the financial stress of what’s going on their peak going to become more
politically active they’re going to exercise the power of their vote and
that’s when politicians start paying attention to that i really think that
it’s going to be affected because look what do you want you wanna
get reelected of course you wanna get reelected corporate money means nothing
would you have their constituent saying that they’re
not going to vote for you if you’re not going to get reelected as losers
constituency real information okay and they don’t get misled et cetera
so i’d really look for example uh… it during iraq war there is some big
protest in the beginning at seven and i think speeded-up weicker’s it’s where volunteer army in vietnam as
gigantic protesters you’re worried that you were to get drafted and sent so
broadway i would die for this right so we didn’t have as much but now i am is
right now it’s affecting us right and it’s affecting everybody so you can also get a four to go to
school your past and on a night goes missile boils over this is how civil rights legislation got
past it it was just about politicians know what happened was it was boiling over and people were mad
and they were prob that’s everywhere or even riots and you don’t have the people of our got
scared and so when they got scared they wrote
target this has been crazy let’s pass a civil rights legislation promising that
ok i’m oversimplifying there but that had a lot to do with it so the fact that
people are angry and their protest not violent dole
smashed the window of this error uh… and will force what worked best in
civil rights era was the non-violent campaign but the protest themselves or bank tax okay you’ve got to let people now with the
deficit we’ve had enough and what are they because if you don’t
let him know what they had continued goes with it in the past cut taxes for richest people in the
country give the tax breaks that uh… corporate
america over and over and where they can get that money you
hear from you or not there’d be putting a client product as usual america it’s the younger elitists and this they have action ivy is an absolute fantastico before moved forward