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Elizabeth Warren Jul 14
I’m glad the Trump admin agreed to rescind this dangerous & xenophobic policy after we demanded they reverse course & MA schools sued them. I’ll keep fighting to make sure it stays that way. When we fight back, we can make a real difference.
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Sharon Yam (任萃言) Aug 5
ICE's revised did not garner much attn partly because even without it, many new international students can't come to the US anyway due to visa backlogs at US consulates. I appreciate this article for highlighting real student voices.
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Michael Baym Jul 25
So they're no longer kicking out existing students, but now they want to ban new foreign students... this is almost as bad as the last attempt at a , and will have similar chilling effects
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Ubadah Sabbagh Jul 14
HUGE NEWS-the govt has rescinded its ICE directive AKA Congrats to the advocates & thanks to the university who quickly took legal action to oppose this All those resources mobilized across the country, all those students' lives clouded w/ anxiety & despair. Cruelty
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UC Student-Workers Union UAW 2865 Jul 14
BREAKING NEWS: ICE order has been rescinded!
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Sherrod Brown Jul 14
This is what we can accomplish when we fight back against the Trump Administration’s cruel policies. The Trump Admin is dropping its because people spoke out and made their voices heard.
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Dylan Gee Jul 13
*Time-sensitive* ~10 minute anonymous survey for international students in the U.S. Results will be shared to inform tomorrow's hearing for the Harvard/MIT lawsuit against ICE . Please RT!
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Dr. Alycia Mosley Austin Jul 14
Now that the is over, what other harmful policies can elite institutions use their power to push back on? There is more to do
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Dr. Jacquelyn Gill Jul 14
The Trump Administration has reversed their plans for a ! ✊🏻
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jaclyn Jul 12
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Sarah L. Keller Jul 24
International students bring talent and enrich the educational experience of U.S. students. This policy for incoming students hurts U.S. students and institutions (beyond being plain mean to all students).
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Christopher A. Neilson Jul 13
International student affected by ? Tonight is the last chance you have to tell your story on this survey to help provide ammo for judge in the MIT/Harvard vs Trump hearing.
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Fernando Pérez Jul 14
Fabulous news!! The idiotic has been rescinded 🎉🎊🍾🥂 One more artificial problem created by this incompetent and xenophobic administration while it fails to deal with the pandemic, which cost many of us a ton of time and energy... But at least this problem is gone
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Chris Marsicano Jul 21
Those who were fighting the - this is where that last component of the strategy comes into place: Vote. Things won’t change in for the Fall, but they could in the Spring.
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Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley Jul 14
This is a major victory for the students, organizers and institutions of higher education in the and all across the country that stood up and fought back against this racist and xenophobic . Together, the work continues.
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Beth Stauffer, Ph.D. Jul 14
Good news!! (for once) rescinded!!
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Jake Goldstein-Street Jul 14
Breaking: Federal government reportedly rescinding new policy that wouldn’t have allowed international students taking online-only classes to stay in the country following outcry from colleges.
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Stefania Albanesi Jul 15
still applies to new international students apparently
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Sara Goldrick-Rab Jul 14
Good work, folx. is dead (for today) VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE VOTE
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Elisa Tomat Jul 14
Good news for all American universities, but it is hard to celebrate. Our international students, who trusted us for their education, did not need to go through the distress of this nonsensical mess.
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