NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Aaron Morrison of the Associated Press about who Ahmaud Arbery was to his family, friends and community.
MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST:
It has been three months since Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed while jogging in a Georgia neighborhood.
KELLY: Start by describing for us that the neighborhood, the community that Ahmaud Arbery lived in.
KELLY: You're - the high school football coach, Jason Vaughn, I gather is his name, also said that Arbery had a pretty good sense of humor, that he did a good imitation of his coach.
KELLY: Aaron Morrison, he is a race and ethnicity reporter for the Associated Press, telling us a little bit there about the life of Ahmaud Arbery.