Join us at the Supreme Court!

On February 28, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Biden v. Nebraska and Dept. of Education v. Brown. We’re joining the Student Borrower Protection Center for a rally outside the Court to make it clear: the president’s student debt relief plan is legal. Join us:

Student Debt Relief Rally
Featuring Democracy Forward’s President & CEO Skye Perryman
Where: Supreme Court; 1 First St NE, Washington, DC 20543
When: Tuesday, February 28 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Skye takes the mic at 8:50 am
RSVP today

Share your support: 

Can’t make the rally? Share your support for President Biden’s debt relief plan online! You can use these sample posts to draft your own:

  1. Since President Biden first announced his intention to cancel up to $20k in student loan debt for the vast majority of borrowers, right-wing officials – including 6 state attorneys general – and right-wing dark money groups have filed eight different legal challenges seeking to halt this effort. On Feb. 28, #SCOTUS will hear arguments in two of these challenges. /1
    It is unfortunate that Americans are faced with continued uncertainty about their loans as a result of extreme efforts to undermine these lawful protections. We urge the Supreme Court to uphold the federal government’s debt relief plan. #CaseForCancellation #PeopleForCancellation 2/2
  2. This Tuesday, supporters of the President’s student debt relief program will be on the steps of #SCOTUS to encourage the Court to focus on the nuts and bolts of the debt relief program and its legal authority, rather than letting the details be drowned out by the surrounding political debate. #CaseForCancellation #PeopleForCancellation

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