After Justice Scalia's Passing; A Meeting of the Mayoral Minds; The Black Panthers Revisited

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Black Panthers on parade at Free Huey rally in Defermery Park, Oakland, July 28, 1968.

Coming up on today's show:

  • The Atlantic's Molly Ball rounds up the latest news from the 2016 campaign trail.
  • New York City will be the first major city to certify undocumented immigrants as the victims of crimes, like trafficking, harassment and extortion, in order to qualify for visas.
  • U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died at age 79. WNYC's Jami Floyd talks about what happens next for the court, and how the Justice's death might empower lower courts.
  • Fifty years after The Black Panthers' formation, award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson discusses his latest documentary, "The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution,"and the group's lasting legacy.
  • For the first time, there will be a Global Parliament of Mayors in the city of The Hague this fall. A scholar and the Mayor of The Hague talk about what to expect.