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For those of you who were not able to attend the symposium, Dean John Manning and Professor David Wilkins made a stunning announcement. Three HLS alumni—Ken Chenault, Ken Frazier, and Adebayo Ogunlesi—have funded a new professorship, The Charles J. Ogletree Jr. Chair in Race and Criminal Justice. This chair ensures that Harvard Law School will continue to play a central role in advancing critical reforms in our justice system and in ensuring full equality for all under the law.
Voters in the south of Brazil have been asked in an informal vote whether they want to be part of a new country. The referendum was organized a week after a similar vote in Catalonia by a secessionist movement called “The South Is My Country”.
Argentine Airlines has become the latest carrier to suspend flights to the Venezuelan capital, Caracas. The company said it had concerns
over security in Venezuela because of increasing criminal violence and political uncertainty.
It joins dozens of airlines who have taken similar action.
A nutrition crisis, exacerbated by continuing violence, instability
and displacement, is threatening the lives and futures of thousands
of children in Mali, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
A report published today shows that an estimated 165,000 children are expected to suffer from severe acute malnutrition across the country in 2018.