A non-profit organization dedicated to the eradication of all student loan debt through activism, education, and legislation;
because student loan debt is dangerous to the US economy and to the health and well-being of individual Americans and their families.
CRYN JOHANNSEN, Founder & Executive Director
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Are we going to see the floodgates open as a result of the Corinthian 100 and Strike Debt? Are we going to see a debt jubilee for the indentured educated class, perhaps debtors in general?
If you feel that strongly about it, Cryn, I think that you should start a massive Gofundme campaign to retire the debts of the Corinthian 100. A $100,000 contribution from you personally would be the perfect way to kick off the campaign. Would you agree? Or do you only believe in throwing other people's money at this issue?
Guess who should retire these debts? Those who created them - the lenders in particular. Those who live in fancypants homes and drive Maseratis and have huge retirement funds at the expense of millions of debtors should have to pay. That's who should pay. I think that makes a lot of sense. Because a few people at the top who created this problem and who have benefited enormously from it should have to pay for ruining the lives of millions of debtors.
Did you read the comments on the article? They warmed my heart. People are "getting it."
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