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A talk with Reverend Irene Monroe about the first verdict in the Freddie Gray case, Beyonce's "Lemonade," and more.

Elaine Schear, Executive Director of Friends of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, describes the many ways that the organization enhances the  Cambridge Rindge and Latin experience for both teachers and students.

On May 5th, Mayor Denise Simmons and Eastern Bank sponsored an evening in celebration of National Small Business Week. Three Cambridge business owners received City Council Resolutions from the Mayor, in recognition of their resilience and community engagement: Steve Adelson, owner of Teddy’s Shoes in Central Square, who has revitalized his family business by serving the dance community, John Shaw, owner of Fire and Ice and the recently opened Jefe Taqueria in Harvard Square, and Erinn Pearson of Simply Erinn’s Unisex Hair Salon.

An interview with Michelle Sharpe, founder and CEO of Diaper Circle, on addressing the diaper gap.

An interview with Debby Irving, author of Waking Up White, about finding herself in the story of race.

Jennifer Jonassaint from Homeowner's Rehab discusses HRI's foreclosure prevention and home improvement programs with host Susan Fleischmann.

Mark Zurlo and Tony Chin are running the Boston Marathon to raise money for the Heather Abbott Foundation, which raises money to help amputees thrive in their recovery and return to the life they love. Heather lost a leg in the Marathon bombings, and was fortunate to receive donations for her own prosthetics - something that is very hard for most people to pay for. Tony and Mark have an unusual way of raising money - they bake dog biscuits and cookies for everyone who donates.

Amanda Chen from the Salvation Army talks with Susan Fleischmann about the youth programs available at the Salvation Army, particularly Bridgin' the Gap, and opportunity for court-involved and at-risk teens.

City Manager Rich Rossi announced today that he will not seek another contract when his current one expires on June 30, 2016.  For more information, see the Cambridge Civic Journal.

Reverend Irene Monroe and Susan Fleischmann speak about the Massachusetts presidential primary, race and misogyny.