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U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Gender and Women’s Studies Dept. Shares ‘ICE Raid Toolkit’

U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Gender and Women’s Studies Dept. Shares ‘ICE Raid Toolkit’

“meant to aid illegal immigrants in evading deportation”

This is further proof that the gender studies departments of many universities tend to attract the most radical of the left.

Campus Reform reports:

Public university shares “Toolkit” to combat ‘Trump’s deportation machinery’

The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign’s Gender and Women’s Studies department advertised an “ICE Raid Toolkit” meant to aid illegal immigrants in evading deportation.

The toolkit was posted to the department’s public Facebook page, shortly after a post calling Trump’s ICE initiative “bullshit.” In yet another post on Monday, the Gender and Women’s Studies department shared an image which suggested Trump is a “racist” and a “rapist.”

The toolkit shared by the university was developed by the Immigrant Defense Project and the Center for Constitutional Rights in order to help individuals “prepare to fight back against the increase in ICE policing under the Trump administration.” It compiles tactics and information utilized by these organizations during the Bush and Obama administrations in order to “continue to develop strategies to fight back against Trump’s ramped up deportation machinery.”

UIUC received $358,905,000 in federal research funding in 2017, according to a Campus Reform analysis.

Titled “Defend Against ICE Raids and Community Arrests,” the 255-page document advises illegal immigrants not only how to evade detainment and/or deportation, but also how to manipulate the system if they fail to do so. Its creators tout the document as the “first comprehensive guide and organizing resource to fight back against the Trump administration’s efforts to criminalize communities and deport millions of people.”


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Back in the late 90’s some researchers at Hopkins accidentally killed a study volunteer. The NIH office of human subjects protection decided that some things needed to change and the head of research at Hopkins basically told them to F off. The next day all federal funding to Hopkins stopped. That got their attention. Sounds like UIUC needs to be sent a similar message.

PersonofInterests | July 17, 2019 at 9:09 am

If these universities are using Taxpayer Funds to willfully defeat the lawful enforcement of U.S. laws, then those funds should and MUST be withdrawn from them, same as the Courts just found to be lawful for the Dept. of Justice to deny Sanctuary Cities certain grant money.

If this isn’t seditious, then the meaning of the word needs to be changed.