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Education Politics

Harvard Grad Students Start ‘Resistance School’ to Fight Trump

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Many on the Left believe free college is a great way to help students attend school and eventually place into the prospective job market. However, a college or graduate degree will not magically get someone a job. One could choose to use his or her time wisely and major in something meaningful, or waste four years and graduate having learnt very little.

Sadly, a graduate student group at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government are choosing the latter option, by starting a ‘Resistance School’ to oppose President Donald Trump.

The Washington Free Beacon reports that this group of graduate students formed the course to include four in-person lectures that will be live-streamed as well, and will have former Obama staffers teaching the sessions. The school’s team also includes staffers from Bernie Sanders’ and Hillary Clinton’s failed presidential campaigns.

The goal of the course, according to CBS News, is to give activists “the skills they need to take collective action and effectively resist the Trump agenda.” The course’s website claims that the course is meant to “keep the embers of resistance alive through concrete learning, community engagement, and forward-looking action.”

As if this weren’t ridiculous enough, the school’s syllabus includes readings on Black Lives Matter, the Women’s March, and Black-Palestinian Queer Reciprocal Solidarity.

This truly is astonishing. Harvard graduate students, who, given the pre…

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