DuPont's Toxic Chemicals; NYC's Human Rights Commissioner; Black Lives Matter Policies

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An April 29th protest at Union Square following the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore. Activists hope the Pope's message will inspire others to join in their cause.

Over a decade ago, state-appointed scientists recommended new standards after finding contaminated drinking water near the DuPont chemical plant in South Jersey. Hear about the ongoing legal battle over DuPont’s attempts to hide health hazards and prevent government regulation of its chemicals. Plus: New York City’s human rights commissioner Carmelyn Malalis talks about efforts to fight discrimination for housing, jobs, and taxis; how locker-room feuds affect on-field performance; the policies that matter to the #BlackLivesMatter movement; and as New Yorkers -- should we take Donald Trump's candidacy lightly?