Astra Taylor

Rolling Jubilee

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Member of Rolling Jubilee, a group that buys and forgives debt

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A group of Corinthian College students met with government officials to protest paying their student debt.

Rolling Jubilee and Student Debt

A group of Corinthian College students met with government officials to protest paying their student debt.

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