Rutgers University officials believe that students and faculty should gain respect for illegal aliens – to the extent that one administrator at the school wants to implement mandatory training.
Yuriana Garcia Tellez, the senior program coordinator of undocumented student services, asserts that it would be a good idea to make the three-hour training mandatory for all students and faculty.
Jerome Hudson, who serves on the Leadership Advisory of Project 21, contends that some people have better things to do – and limited time in which to do them.
"This is a detriment,” Hudson argued. “It pulls away resources – time that I'm sure these professors, the staff and the faculty don't already have … or are already stretched thin."
In addition to this contention, the conservative African American leader maintains that New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy just made matters worse by signing a bill last week that allows illegal immigrants to obtain financial aid for their education, according to a recent Fox News report.
"Governor Murphy is just adding fuel to the fire with this shameful law,” Hudson asserted. “And again, it just spits in the face of the American taxpayer."
Tellez claims that the purpose of her proposed training is to humanize illegal immigrants so that participants can better empathize with them, according to Campus Reform.