Analyzing Latest Markey-Kennedy Primary Debate As Mail-In Voting Begins In Massachusetts
The Senate primary date in Massachusetts is just over a month away, but the mail-in voting process has already begun. The two candidates — incumbent Sen. Ed Markey and his challenger, Rep. Joe Kennedy III — faced off in their fourth debate Sunday night on NBC Boston. To discuss, Jim Braude was joined by Victoria McGrane, political reporter with The Boston Globe, and Yawu Miller, senior editor at The Bay State Banner.

Robert Lewis, Jr. On Recovering From COVID-19, Throwing Opening Day Pitch At Fenway
Robert Lewis, Jr. is known in the Boston area for his organization The BASE, which provides baseball programming and resources for primarily Black and Latino children in Boston and several other cities. This week, he threw the ceremonial first pitch on Red Sox opening day alongside Mayor Marty Walsh and Gov. Charlie Baker in front of an empty Fenway Park, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Lewis knows firsthand about the seriousness of this ongoing public health crisis, as he was intubated and fighting for his life against COVID-19 just a few months ago. He joined Jim Braude to discuss.

Paying Final Respects To Congressman John Lewis
Civil rights icon Congressman John Lewis lay in state Monday in the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, as people paid their final respects.