A new video from group of young activists warns of Mitt Romney’s connections to for-profit colleges, hoping to raise awareness of how the Republican presidential nominee might govern the controversial for-profit education sector. The video shows Romney talking about college affordability and insists the candidate is “sketchy” about for-profits.
The Student Debt Crisis Campaign, a group that includes activists involved in the Occupy Colleges and Occupy Student Debt movements, posted the video on YouTube last week. Two of the video’s creators, Natalia Abrams and Kyle McCarthy, told The Huffington Post they’re worried Romney’s ties to for-profit colleges mean he would roll back some of the progress made to rein in the industry’s abuses.
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