Today on Boston Public Radio:
Throughout the show, we spoke with listeners about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Chuck Todd updated us on the latest headlines out of Ukraine, focusing on the future of NATO. Todd is the moderator of “Meet The Press” on NBC, host of “Meet The Press Daily” on MSNBC and the political director for NBC News.
Andrea Cabral discussed the resignation of the Manhattan prosecutors leading New York’s investigation into former President Donald Trump and his business practices. She also talked about the vandalism of a Maya Angelou bust during an anti-vaccine protest at the Boston Public Library. Cabral is the former Suffolk County Sheriff and Secretary of Public Safety. She’s now the CEO of the cannabis company Ascend.
Israr Akakhil and Jeffrey Thielman discussed efforts to relocate Afghan evacuees six months following the U.S. exit from Afghanistan. Akakhil is a former interpreter for the U.S. Army forces in Afghanistan, and a resident of Charlestown, Mass. Thielman is president and CEO of the International Institute of New England, one of the state’s major refugee resettlement nonprofits.
Charlie Sennott joined throughout the broadcast to share his analysis of the unfolding events in Ukraine, as well as President Joe Biden’s announcement of further sanctions against Russia. Sennott is a news analyst for GBH, where he also heads up the GroundTruth Project.