Talk: The Occupy Movement and Student Debt Refusal

The Project on Justice, Welfare, Economics

Presents

The Occupy Movement and Student Debt Refusal 

Andrew Ross

Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis
New York University

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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

4:15pm

CGIS South, Room S050

1730 Cambridge Street,

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http://programs.wcfia.harvard.edu/jwe/home

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One comment on “Talk: The Occupy Movement and Student Debt Refusal

  1. Ed Hamilton says:

    I offer a justification point for the action of “Student Debt Refusal”. It is this non-performance track record of institutions of higher learning:
    “Speaking of young people, the non-performance by the media is also the track record of institutions of higher learning – another supposed bulwark. They coexist in institutional silence, while their endowments compete with deceived-by-omission people in financial markets, and while they enjoy by law tax-exempt status.”

    From:
    http://homepage.mac.com/ttsmyf/citaa.html

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