Racist and sexually explicit vandalism was found spray painted over the weekend on the African Meeting House in Nantucket, a cultural center and safe space for the island’s African-American community. While many consider Nantucket a picturesque, problem-free New England getaway, it’s clear the island is not immune from racial issues. Jim Braude was joined by Marita Rivero, the executive director of the Museum of African American History, which includes the African Meeting House. Rivero is also the former vice president and general manager for radio and television at WGBH.
Barbara HowardJune 15, 2018 07:03 PM
Digging Deeper Into The Frank Salemme TrialA number of underworld figures have testified during the trial of ex-mobster Frank Salemme.
WGBH NewsJune 15, 2018 06:04 PM
With Two Investigations Ongoing, What Will The Globe Share With The Public, And When?The Boston Globe has dropped its lawsuit against Hilary Sargent, but many questions remain about that investigation and the ongoing review of columnist Kevin Cullen's work.
Amanda McGowanJune 15, 2018 06:00 PM
A News Quiz From A Garden Of Earthly DelightsBoston Public Radio's Friday News Quiz featured the folks behind Aeronaut Brewery's pop-up beer garden in Allston.
Boston Public Radio StaffJune 15, 2018 04:18 PM
BPR Full Show: 6/15/18The full episode of Boston Public Radio form Friday, June 15, 2018