"The student government at a Kentucky university voted Tuesday night to recommend that the school make tuition “free” for all black students.
"The Student Government Association at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky, said the measure is a recommendation to pay those students reparations for slavery, even though the U.S. abolished slavery more than 150 years ago. The resolution sends a message to university faculty and administrators that slavery is “a debt that will never be paid,” according to Campus Reform.
"The resolution,which passed 19-10, also called for a special task force to research ways to make it easier for black students to apply and get accepted into the college.
"The school’s website listed undergraduate tuition for campus residents during the fall 2016 and spring 2017 semesters at $4,956 per semester." . . .