Friday, September 1, 2017

The events at Evergreen State are similar to the 2015 protests at the University of Missouri, which is now suffering major long-term consequences where enrollment has dropped, dorms were closed, and hundreds of staff members laid off



...“At the end of the day, we the Legislature and the people have to speak up and say, ‘We are not going to contribute our taxpayer dollars to a college that wants to re-institute a Jim Crow approach to education and segregation,” Manweller said. “When you cross the line and start attacking a Jewish professor when you cross the line and you start telling white people or anybody based on their skin color that they can’t come to school, that violates our anti-discrimination laws.”
Evergreen State College President George Bridges admitted there had been a drop in enrollment. With this leaked memo, we now have actual numbers of students who dropped off. The events at Evergreen State are similar to the 2015 protests at the University of Missouri, which is now suffering major long-term consequences where enrollment has dropped, dorms were closed, and hundreds of staff members laid off.