“Education, not segregation!”
One of the protesters was a former correspondent for the Daily Show. What a surprise.
Inside Higher Ed reports:
TV Comedian, Protesters Arrested at Georgia Higher Ed Meeting
Jordan Klepper, a former correspondent for The Daily Show on Comedy Central, was among nine people arrested Tuesday during a Georgia Board of Regents meeting for protesting unequal opportunities for undocumented immigrant students, according to a Deadline report.
Police handcuffed the protesters after they entered the Georgia State Capitol building chanting, “Education, not segregation!” and refused to leave when asked.
About 11 people were arrested in support of undocumented students after disrupting and refusing to leave a Board of Regents meeting. pic.twitter.com/LjxZOr0glH
— Kevin Sanchez (@kevinxsanchez) February 12, 2019
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