On December 26, 2004, a magnitude 9.1 earthquake struck beneath the Indian Ocean, generating a massive tsunami that killed more than 230,000 and injured more than 500,000 in 14 different countries, including Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India and Thailand. It's one deadliest natural disasters ever recorded. The global response to the tsunami was unprecedented, with billions raised shortly after the disaster. Back in the United States, however, the morning show team at
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As soon as the racially offensive song began to play, protestors rallied outside the station’s New York City offices calling for Miss Jones to be fired. Wendy sent then intern Nicole Spence -- who sued Wendy's husband for sexual harassment and intimidation -- to the scene to interview the protestors.
sources: PBS | The Villager