Skip to comments.$1 Million donation canceled after pro-Palestinian event (at Harvard)
Posted on 02/21/2016 8:27:02 PM PST by Olog-hai
An international law firm has ceased their sponsorship of student activities at Harvard Law School following an incident in which some of the money it donated for the students was used to pay for an pro-Palestinian event by a student group on campus.
The student group "Justice for Palestine" had used $500 from the fund to pay for pizza for students who participated in a "pro-Palestine" discussion that took place in the fall of 2015. Soon after, students were told by the University that the fund was no longer available for their use.
The Toronto Star reported that the firm, Milbank, previously pledged $1 million (U.S.) over five years to pay for student conferences at Harvard Law School, but following the pro-Palestinian event, the Milbank fund has ceased to provide money for student activities on campus and has withdrawn its donation pledge. ...
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Good! I wish the other donors would keep an eye on how their money is spent too to make sure its not appropriated for politics and propaganda.
Glad the money has been withheld. And all these students in the Palestine group should get the hell out and go back to the mid-east to muslimville.
Some Harvard Snowflakes just learned that stupid has consequences. Or rather, they should have. Doubt the lesson will stick until they feel a lot more pain from their stupidity.
I sure hope they got counseling after that traumatic cut-off of funds.
Trigger warning! I feel micro-aggressed and scared. I think I have to put my pajamas on.
Lose a million bucks over 50 pizzas. I thought Harvard students were smart? Guess not.
“Justice for Palestine” would include a mushroom cloud.
But that’s just me.
If you'd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
Now how will those future lawyers pay for pizza? The humanity!/s
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