Amanpour: Richard Hatchett, Deborah Peterson Small, Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Janet Napolitano

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As the coronavirus pandemic and the race for the vaccine continues, Richard Hatchett, the CEO of Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss how any vaccine must go to those most at risk. Then history professor Khalil Gibran Muhammad and activist Deborah Peterson Small trace the stain of racism in the criminal justice system from slavery to now. Our Walter Isaacson speaks to Janet Napolitano, the first female president of of University of California, about whether to reopen schools and universities this fall. And finally – we reveal what infamous yet secretive street artist Banksy has been up to on London’s underground.

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