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Tufts University Creates Art Project To Help Illegal Aliens Escape ICE

Jeff Katz
July 22, 2019 - 12:59 pm

Tufts University in Massachusetts recently announced a new art project that will take aim at ICE deportations in America, according to Campus Reform. These new "ICE Escape Signs" are supposed to mimic fire escape signs.

According to the report, the university is partnering with artist Jenny Polak to create a series of signs designed to help illegal immigrants escape ICE. Polak says on her website that these escape signs will draw attention in public places to those she claims are "living in daily fear of being caught in a raid by Immigration and Customs Enforcement."

Tufts University’s Art Gallery Director Dina Deitsch said in a comment to The Tufts Daily, "She’s been doing this project since the late 90s, where she’s created ICE escape signs. On the visual level, it looks like a fire escape sign, but talks about immigration politics and policies, and it’s just called 'ICE Escape Signs.'"

So, to recap, this university is placing signs around campus that will aid criminals in continuing to break the law.