Universities urged not to hire former Trump officials
Restore Public Trust, a group representing 40 progressive organisations focused on issues of civil rights, immigration and government accountability, wrote that US universities should not allow Trump officials involved in the administration's family separation policy, which was ended last year, in their classrooms.
“America’s college and university leaders have a moral responsibility to make it clear that the administration officials responsible for this horrific policy will not be allowed to seek refuge in their classrooms, lecture halls or auditoriums,” Karl Frisch, the group's spokesman, said in a press release. “Disgraced former officials should not be offered cushy fellowships to rehabilitate their image or be given space to explain to students why they were only ‘doing their jobs’,” he continued.
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