Harvard-Yale halftime protest results in charges for 42

By: | November 27, 2019

Officials say 42 people were charged with disorderly conduct after a protest interrupted a Saturday football game between rivals Harvard and Yale.

Students and alumni from both schools occupied the midfield of the Yale Bowl during the halftime protest. Some held banners urging their colleges to act on climate change. Other signs referred to Puerto Rican debt relief and China’s treatment of Uighurs, the largely Muslim minority group.

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