Activists Demand Harvard Rescind Fellowship for Former Michigan Governor


Jul 2, 2019 - 6:15

[caption id="attachment_79139" align="aligncenter" width="900"] Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (Detroit Regional Chamber, Flickr).[/caption] Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government is facing backlash on social media after announcing former Michigan Governor Rick Snyder was chosen as a senior research fellow. Activists have launched an email campaign and an online petition to express outrage over the appointment. “Governor Snyder brings his significant expertise in...

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One Reply to “Activists Demand Harvard Rescind Fellowship for Former Michigan Governor”

  1. Are you BS-ing me? “Governor Snyder brings his significant expertise in management, public policy, and promoting civility to Harvard Kennedy School.”
    The management expertise that resulted in the current Flint water crisis. The management expertise that devolved Detroit into what it is today. The management expertise that made a sweetheart deal with Nestle to bottle the water of the Great Lakes and ship it beyond the GL watershed. The management expertise that moved him to renew a contract for the Enbridge Line 5 under the Straits of Mackinac. (And we all know Enbridge’s record of maintenance on their oil pipelines.)
    I wonder how much Snyder paid for that glowing appraisal from the Taubman Center.

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