DeRay Mckesson Wants to Be Baltimore's Mayor; Primary Results; A Neighborhood Gentrifies in Brooklyn

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DeRay Mckesson speaks at the GLAAD Gala at the Hilton San Francisco on November 7, 2015 in San Francisco, California.

Coming up on today's show:

  • Activist and now Baltimore mayoral candidate DeRay Mckesson talks about what it’s like to be an “outsider” throwing his name into the political ring.
  • Trump stayed on the winning track, Rubio fell far behind, and Sanders secured a win in Michigan. Catch up with analysis of yesterday's primaries and caucuses in Michigan, Mississippi, Hawaii, and Idaho.
  • WNYC and The Nation are teaming up to create a new podcast called "There Goes the Neighborhood," exploring gentrification in Brooklyn.
  • Writer and filmmaker Lawrence Ross talks about the racism he's been confronted with at American colleges and universities, especially in Greek life.
  • Hear what’s in the two hundred and fiftieth issue of YCteen Magazine, a publication that’s written and produced entirely by New York City teenagers.