Today on Boston Public Radio, the show broadcast live from the unveiling of The Embrace sculpture in downtown Boston, honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King.

Hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan spoke with GBH Morning Edition co-host Paris Alston, who offered reporting from the field; and GBH's Callie Crossley, who provided analysis before and after the unveiling.

They also spoke with:

Embrace Boston executive director Imari Paris Jeffries; artist Hank Willis Thomas and architect Jonathan Evans; former Gov. Deval Patrick and Diane Patrick; Embrace Boston co-founders Paul English, the Rev. Jeffrey Brown and the Rev. Liz Walker; The Boston Foundation’s Lee Pelton; U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley; the NAACP’s Michael Curry and Tanisha Sullivan; Governor Maura Healey, Boston Mayor Michelle Wu, and Attorney General-elect Andrea Campbell in conversation together; and King family members Martin Luther King III, Arndrea Waters King and Yolanda Renee King.

The unveiling ceremony, emceed by NBC10 Boston's Latoyia Edwards, began at 1pm. Boston Public Radio anchored live coverage of the historic event for GBH News.