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“Student debt is not just a disaster for a generation, it’s a disaster for society in general,” she said. “It’s a massive drain on the economy because it prevents young people from using the creativity and ingenuity of their youth – society’s greatest resource – to re-imagine our economy and society, as each generation must do… Because student debt is a major drag on our precarious economy, the Federal Reserve should use its emergency authority to apply quantitative easing to student loan debt.”
The event is garnering mixed reactions from students. Over 200 people have said they’re attending on the Facebook page out of over 1,000 invited.
“I think the cause is important, but it doesn’t affect me personally,” David Siegal, a sophomore mechanical engineering student, who doesn’t work and received a scholarship, said. “If it did, I would [be more likely to go].”
Organizers want to gain the attention of students and the administration alike, in hopes that the protest’s overarching goal of public involvement will resonate.
“These policies are only going to be implemented if you and I, and everyone else, actually calls our representative when we want these bills to go through,” Spencer said. “If we want to see changes go through, we have to do it. Bernie can’t do it, other representatives can’t do it and no one can do it, except for public involvement. That’s the only thing that really makes our system run.”
الأسهم السعوديه الحلال Photo courtesy Million Student March