A liberal student made a report card to grade how colleges are catering to illegal immigrants.
An extreme left-wing group of students at the New School in New York City made a report figure of how campuses of the treatment of illegal immigrants, CampusReform.org for the first time.
The Sanctuary of the working group, which bills itself as a collective of “people without papers and international students, allied students, faculty, and staff,” said that “working with teachers, staff and directors within the university to address deficiencies in the make of a sanctuary campus” illegal immigrants “affected by racist and anti-immigration policies and everyday practices” on campus.
On the “sanctuary” report card, SWG judges how much support the university provides for illegal immigrants in 15 different categories, such as financial support, free housing, legal aid, mental health support, and denying requests from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and other government agencies.
In each category, schools were given a for A “radical measures,” a B for “half measures,” and the lowest score is a C for “inadequate measures or no measures taken.”
The New School, where the group is located, received the lowest number for the majority of the scorecard and it was the only school to receive a lower grade on AS a signer for signing up late. The group is divided into 11 other schools, including the University of California in Los Angeles, which received the highest classes in general.
Despite the pressure of SWG and 16 points in the direction of a sanctuary campus, the New School does not identify as a sanctuary campus.
“The university supports free expression by the members of our community and their right to form groups around common interests,” a School spokeswoman told Fox News in a statement.
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In the beginning of the school year, the SWG together with the Dream Team to build a Dia de los Muertos altar in the Social Justice Hub “to draw attention to the lack of devotion to the shrine of the administration”, and most recently, in March, organized a petition “in support for students of color-space” on the campus.
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