Spotted: The Best Book (Ever?) on Unaffordable Education for LGBT Americans
As part of its six-month anniversary celebration, the Occupy DC movement held a “Carnival of Resistance” over the weekend. Along with games of “Pie the Politician” and a bank-window beanbag toss, one booth invited guests to write and draw their own stories about student debt.
One of these stories poignantly illustrated (literally) a lesser-known consequence of the prohibitively high tuition costs many Americans face when pursuing higher education. Check it out:
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