Jerry Miller, NPR, BBC discussed on Morning Edition
Protester shows up for many attendees today is their first time at a pride event like high school student, a Highland, who came with her, mom, I have rainbow face paint on right now. And I've seen other people with, like different flags painted on their face. But I really just wanted the rainbow one helping young people feel a sense of community is the reason, Laura Bannister wanted to organize a pride event in the first place. I don't want young people to feel isolated alone, because they don't have anyone to talk to the grandfather, this community Jerry Miller hopes that next. Your hendersonville will have its first pride March or Lisa. Stroll of main street and Miller wants the potluck picnic to remain a pride tradition, too. For NPR news. I'm Monique Laborde in hendersonville North Carolina. This is NPR news. And this is morning edition on WNYC coming up at nine on FM ninety three point nine it's NewsHour from the BBC. Let's check in with London to see what they're covering. Good morning BBC. Good morning WNYC. I'm resume today's news Isla. Investigators in the Netherlands, are expected to name suspects in the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine. Five years ago. I'm have the second report on China's western province Xinjiang today on the suppression of Islam. That's BBC news hour coming up at nine on ninety three point nine FM.