#OccupyNassau Meet Black Student's Demands

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Katelyn Corbett
4 years ago
Woodrow Wilson has left a terrible legacy for this country. His policies have, in many ways, left the United States in perpetual damage control. Do not continue his legacy by keeping his name attached to the university's School for Public and International Affairs, a cruel irony considering his isolationist and damaging foreign policy.

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harold hodge
5 years ago
I hate racist learning places such as schools, colleges and universities

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Steven Nathan
5 years ago
I have been a card checker at Forbes since 2009 and dealing with discrimination for the whole time being employed there. I tried to use their diversity department with just some B.S defending their actions while they receive awards for diversity. They refuse to pay me overtime while they pay everybody else overtime, they have denied me opportunity by me applying 14 times for full time positions with no avail. They kept me from eating until I filed complaint with EEOC; they tried to terminate my employment by making me take a 4 hr. physical for a job old ladies do while nobody else has to while posting B.S. disability propaganda. Everybody from EEOC to BOE and Justice Dept. seems too careless. I know they are going to change my employment term to lose my health insurance to get me to quit. They hire strategic employees to make it look like they provide equal opportunity while denying it to me. I was not aware of the student issues until I read about it in the newspaper which really pissed me off since I know a bunch of you. It is probably best for me to move on but need the health insurance to deal with my knee issue at the moment. The concern I have for you guys is you pay a lot of money to go to school there and work hard to succeed but what if you deserve an A grade and receive a B- because of this issue. This is another way to discourage you and set you up to fail while receiving awards for diversity. Be careful of retaliation in this manner and others while all the time blowing smoke up everybody’s rear.
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miles Henderson
5 years ago

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Leah Bradstreet
5 years ago
I believe in the cause. I feel that I should support this as an American person.

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Dario Navarro
5 years ago
I am a graduate of the "Woodrow Wilson School" (MPA 1984) and have always been embarrassed that such an outstanding center for the study of public policy was named after such a notorious racist, notwithstanding the fact that Wilson was elected president. I suggest renaming it, "The Ralph Nader School of Public and International Affairs." As Wikipedia reports, "Nader graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs in 1955." Nader has arguably done more to strengthen American democracy and transform the lives of Americans than any other Princeton WWS graduate. Certainly, Woodrow Wilson, despite his electoral success, pales in comparison as a human being to Ralph Nader.

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Andrew Fiske
5 years ago
Woodrow Wilson was a disgusting human being, vile racist, KKK supporter and hater of socialism and everything seeking to make the world a more equal and just place to live.

He hated African Americans, Germans, socialist, Irish people, Soviets, communists, leftists, and anybody and any one who dared to challenge the old southern order or the supremacy of the French and English empires at the time.

As someone from the Deep South & from Mississippi its time to move this nation forward, to recognize the racist idiots who ruled our nation in the past -- and to recognize that his country is changing and that we need to move on and heal racial and ethnic wound if we are ever going to unite as one nation.

Mr. Wilson even locked up a rival presidential candidate -- socialist Eugene Debs -- a noted union organizer in federal prison for years for his opposition to America's involvement in World War 1.

It took until 1921 when Republican president Warren Harding freed Debs from prison. Debs' right to a trial by jury and habeus corpus was denied -- imagine Clinton locking up Ross Perot for opposing his war or George W. Bush locking up Ralph Nader for opposing his war -- same exact thing.

And that's the least of what Wilson did.

He was by far the worst president in American history and doesn't deserve to have his name anywhere -- much less his body buried in our holy National Cathedral....

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Della Britton
5 years ago
As an alumna of the Princeton undergraduate class of 1975, it pains me to learn that so many of the issues we protested around and otherwise fought hard to address in the early 70's remain glaringly present today. I applaud the students' courageous engagement -and stand with them. I am deeply saddened that not only are these efforts still necessary to move Princeton closer to a campus of inclusion, but that this work takes away from study time and these high achieving students' ability to truly enjoy their college experience and their precious years of youthful existence. Let's hope the administration listens and acts with integrity, fairness and wisdom for the benefit not just of Princeton students but as an example for society at-large.

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Nancy Street
5 years ago
Wilson was a hateful man. Whatever "good" he did is overshadowed by his reprehensible views. His name compromises the reputation of Princeton.

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Anne O'Donnell '02
5 years ago
I care for the place that educated me so well, and is so long overdue for this conversation.