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#OutWithStudentDebt

| August 6, 2013 | 0 Comments
#OutWithStudentDebt

  #OutWithStudentDebt Video Project Don’t you think it’s time to come out about your student debt? We at StudentDebtCrisis.org and our incredible coalition of partners think it’s high time that all of us who are suffering with student debt have an outlet to come forward and share our personal stories. The more of us that […]

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4th of July Day of Action

| July 3, 2013 | 0 Comments
4th of July Day of Action

By now, you’ve probably already heard the news that Congress has missed the July 1st deadline for keeping the interest rates low on federally subsidized Stafford loans. Congress knew this deadline was approaching for an entire year, yet our elected officials have, once again, utterly failed to represent the interests of the American people. Even […]

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Fourth of July Day of Action

| July 1, 2013 | 0 Comments
Fourth of July Day of Action

If you care about the issue of affordable higher education and/or the existing $1.1 Trillion in outstanding student loan debt, then please join us by attending your local 4th of July parades and events in your hometown with signs and banners to get the attention of your elected officials. Then, take photos from the events […]

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SDC & Partner Memes

| June 30, 2013 | 3 Comments
SDC & Partner Memes

 

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Call Your Senator and ask them to #dontdoublemyrate / Democracy for America – Whip Count Call Tool

| June 26, 2013 | 0 Comments
Call Your Senator and ask them to #dontdoublemyrate / Democracy for America – Whip Count Call Tool

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StudentDebtCrisis.org meme: No, I Will Not Calm Down!

| June 22, 2013 | 1 Comment
StudentDebtCrisis.org meme: No, I Will Not Calm Down!

Only 8 days left in this fight. Please show solidarity with current and future students by changing your profile picture to this meme – encourage your friends and family to do the same. Let’s go viral!

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Tweet Your Representative #DontDoubleMyRate and #DreamsNotDebt!

| June 11, 2013 | 18 Comments
Tweet Your Representative #DontDoubleMyRate and #DreamsNotDebt!

  We have compiled a list of every Representative and their Twitter profiles. Have you told YOUR Representative #DontDoubleMyRate? Click below to tweet your own Rep and say #DontDoubleMyRate!

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Vote for SDC Co-Founder Natalia Abrams For a DFA Scholarship to Netroots Nation ’13!

| April 8, 2013 | 1 Comment
Vote for SDC Co-Founder Natalia Abrams For a DFA Scholarship to Netroots Nation ’13!

Click here to cast your vote for Natalia! From the DFA/NN Website: My political story I majored in Gender Studies at UCLA which gave me a strong activist foundation. After protesting UC tuition increases at UCLA, in 2009, I helped start Occupy Colleges in 2011which led to co-founding Student Debt Crisis. I helped with the […]

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Vote for SDC Co-Founder Kyle McCarthy For a DFA Scholarship to Netroots Nation ’13!

| April 8, 2013 | 0 Comments
Vote for SDC Co-Founder Kyle McCarthy For a DFA Scholarship to Netroots Nation ’13!

Click here to cast your vote for Kyle. From the DFA/NN website: My political story My personal political involvement has mostly focused around addressing student loan reform and the way in which higher education is paid for in America. On this issue, I have worked with organizations such as the Backbone Campaign, Change.org, and co-founded […]

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LAWMAKERS SHOULD STOP ACCEPTING CAMPAIGN CASH FROM SALLIE MAE – Additional Information

| December 12, 2012 | 0 Comments
LAWMAKERS SHOULD STOP ACCEPTING CAMPAIGN CASH FROM SALLIE MAE – Additional Information

List of Sallie Mae’s War on the Taxpayers: -Sallie Mae has spent $4,860,000 on lobbying 2011-12 -Accused of “Redlining” and discriminating against African American and Hispanic private student loan applicants by charging them high interest rates and fees. -Partnered with For-Profit Colleges and issuing predatory student loans with interest rates and fees totaling more than […]

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