Coming up on today's show:
- The Supreme Court is reconsidering a case that could have far-reaching consequences for affirmative action programs across the country. NYU Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education's Stella Flores explores the implications.
- A WNYC analysis estimates that 89% of New Jersey residents live within a mile of at least one "contaminated site." Sarah Gonzalez explains why most sites are in the state's poorest communities.
- It’s been 3 weeks since Danny Meyer abolished tipping at his restaurant in favor of a hospitality-included policy. The Shake Shack founder shares early data on how it’s going for customers and staff.
- Hear why spending money on experiences tends to be more satisfying than spending money on things, in the long run.
- Congresswoman Grace Meng (D-NY6) connects her work in Washington to her constituents in west, central and northeast Queens.