Coretta Scott King was often referred to as the "first lady of civil rights," known primarily as the wife and then widow of the Rev. But her presence in Memphis, Tenn., just four days after her husband was slain there, was the act of a civil rights leader in her own right.
On April 8, 1968, Coretta Scott King wore a black lace headscarf as she led a march through downtown Memphis. In the early hours of Monday, August 14 last year, Samuel Senessie woke up to one of the most powerful rainstorms he had ever seen.
The alleged attack comes amidst days of heavy bombardment by government forces in an effort to assert control over the town.
Many of the dead are reportedly women and children.
Both the show and Ashbrook have been widely acclaimed; the show is carried by more than 290 NPR stations.
Five current or former producers asserted they met with station managers multiple times, dating back at least five years, to raise concerns about Ashbrook."Some producers said managers promised to take action, but the former employees say there was no evidence of change," WBUR reported.
The so-called "Name and Shame" order will cite the origin of a gun involved in a crime.
According to the state, approximately 80 percent of guns involved in crime come from outside of New Jersey.
WBUR-FM, the Boston public radio station that produces , on Monday described a pattern of alleged abuse set out in a multi-page document filed by the accusers outlining their complaints against Ashbrook.
The allegations were confirmed in multiple interviews by WBUR. Name calling and belittling critiques of show ideas during meetings.
Transgender runners who qualify can take part in the Boston Marathon as their identified gender, according to Boston Marathon officials.