“This is both a moral imperative and a national necessity”
Colleges across the country are bending to the demands of students who want them to be sanctuary campuses.
Campus Reform has the story:
MAP: Schools cave to ‘sanctuary campus’ demands
Donald Trump hasn’t even been sworn in yet, but hundreds of universities and colleges are already trying to shield illegal immigrants from his expected deportation policies.
Campus Reform reported last week that nearly 100 university and college presidents had signed on to an open letter urging the new administration to keep and expand President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which has been preventing some deportations. The number of signatories has grown to more than 250, and counting, as of press time.
“This is both a moral imperative and a national necessity,” the letter proclaims. “America needs talent—and these students, who have been raised and educated in the United States, are already part of our national community.”
The letter sprang up after students around the country led a national “walkout” to demand that their universities be labeled sanctuary campuses for illegal immigrants, while others signed petitions to the same effect.
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