In 2017 we saw a series of attacks on language programs, humanities research, and higher education as a whole—from a proposed tax on graduate student tuition waivers to the rollback of net neutrality rules and the elimination of funding for Fullbright-Hays.
We need to tell Congress why humanities education matters.
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