Georgetown Students Vote to Increase Tuition to Pay Slavery Reparations

Georgetown Students Vote to Increase Tuition to Pay Slavery Reparations 2
Students at Georgetown University voted to raise tuition rates to pay reparations to descendants of slaves once owned by the school.

The Washington Examiner reports:

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The Georgetown University Student Association held the referendum this week, with students supporting the measure by a two-to-one margin. The fee would increase tuition at the nation’s oldest Catholic university by nearly $28 per semester for every student. The money would go into a fund for descendants of the 272 slaves the Jesuits sold in 1838 to keep the deeply indebted university open.

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The vote is not binding, however. University leadership will make the final decision on whether to implement a mandatory fee for reparations. 

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