Our universities are a cesspool of whiney snowflakes living in the past.
The student body at Georgetown will be voting to tax themselves to give reparations for decendanfs of slaves.
Students at Georgetown University are considering paying reparations for slaves that Georgetown University sold more than 180 years ago.
Earlier this month, the Georgetown student government authorized a campus-wide student referendum that will ask students to establish a fund for the descendants of these 272 slaves. If the referendum passes, a fee would be collected each semester, starting in the fall of 2020.
The semesterly fee proposed is $27.20 per student “in honor of the 272 people sold by Georgetown,” according to the student government resolution approving the referendum, obtained by the College Fix.
Students receiving financial aid will be able to opt out of the reparations payments, according to student news outlet the Hoya.