Burt, Bradley J, Sr
Mon 2/13/2023 12:49 PM
Dear Gov. Tony Evers-
Over the past several months, I have been forwarding my concerns with my college education and the firsthand experience as a disabled veteran, nontraditional lower-class honors student, Congressional independent candidate dropout in the 2020 election, and a person who has been afflicted by abuse while attending multiple schools. Each of the hats I have worn in college have provided me the platform for addressing academic abuse of veterans that dates back to the Vietnam War.
Recently, I have been dealing with combative exchanges at both Madison College and the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater you have been made aware of. For the record, you have been helpful and keeping me centered on my “I Will NOT Forget” campaign that started one year ago in the COMM 242 Team Building Course. I have included my video for your review. Dept. of Finance Secretary Peter Barca opened the door to hospitality and relay of my concerns at my WDVA E-Seed for Veterans class project where I launched my registered trademark at Outpost 422, which has a pending lobby license application.
We have a problem on our campuses with social isolation and intellectual refugeeism and need reform in your classrooms. We, veterans and disabled veterans, are a protected class being shunned and abused by those who are supposed to provide our supports. As of today, I have been dealt another occurrence with my freedom of academic expression. I am being told my independent study self-reflective methodology cannot be used for my class project that I rolled into my honors literature review at Madison College where I am being told I cannot modify.
I need your help. I am seeking your support for creating a veteran in distress open door policy through my brand and bringing you into the lifestyle we veterans face when attending college and utilizing our G.I. benefits. I am receiving backlash for publicly addressing these concerns. Please continue to support us as we continue to believe in change on our University of Wisconsin campuses and overcome our impossibility of dealing with conflict and aggression.
Bradley J. Burt