Why would @Kennedy_School invite Rick Snyder to teach? What does it say about Harvard that a former governor who is responsible for the deaths and injuries of thousands of Black Michigan residents while being investigated by the Attorney General of Michigan?— elenaherrada (@dpsboardinexile) July 1, 2019
We must push @Harvard to publically cancel it's fellowship for Rick Snyder. He is a murderer, a racist and a fascist that robbed local control from majority black communities in Michigan and had a direct hand in poisoning Flint and Detroit with lead water. #NoSnyderFellowship— Mr. Gavin 🌹 (@teach_dissent) July 1, 2019
Hey @Harvard's @Kennedy_School If this weren't such a serious misjudgment, I would think that it is satire: "Governor Snyder brings his significant expertise in management, public policy, and promoting civility to Harvard Kennedy School”. #EndSnyderFellowship https://t.co/rAQHKl14gx— Laleh Khalili (@LalehKhalili) June 30, 2019
hey @Harvard since you’re so down with poisoning a predominately black and brown city like Flint, why not just made biological warfare just a formal major by now? Giving Rick Snyder a RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP means you not only co-sign but encourage these horrible practices— suzy tornado (@farrell_sloan) July 1, 2019
Gov. Snyder is responsible for crimes against humanity and as a reward is getting a job at Harvard. Please write to his new boss and ask him to rescind his employment. https://t.co/rSvIbXC2Zr— Israel in a nutshell (@Killahbeez79) July 1, 2019
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