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THE DOWNLOAD: MLK Retrospective, Recipe Contest

By Cody Kitaura/Dateline on January 21, 2020 in University

2020 MLK Day

On the holiday that shares a namesake with UC Davis’ King Hall, Kevin Johnson, dean of the UC Davis School of Law, shared this message and the above video on social media:

King Hall remains deeply committed to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s mission of social justice. This year, UC Davis School of Law will hold a Day of Service and Celebration in observation of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The School of Law, the Black Law Students Association, and the UC Davis MLK Day Working Group have organized a morning of community service. Volunteers will assist Fourth & Hope, a facility in Woodland that provides services to the unhoused population (I will be there bright and early). At King Hall, volunteers also may serve deferred action (DACA) recipients needing assistance.

Yours truly,

Kevin R. Johnson
Dean

Recipes wanted for cooking contest

A cook works on a dish at the 2016 cooking competition.
A cook works on a dish at the 2016 cooking competition.

The Confucius Institute is looking for a few good chefs, with a $1,000 grand prize up for grabs: The institute is hosting its fourth-annual cooking competition, and is inviting participants to submit original recipes using at least one Lee Kum Kee sauce. Finalists will be invited to prepare the dish on campus in May. The deadline to submit a recipe is April 15, and rules are available on the Confucius Institute website.

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