10 a.m. Obama campaign strategist David Axelrod talks with NPR’s Morning Edition host about the results of the Pennsylvania primary.
10 a.m. Al Sharpton, Nicole Paultre-Bell, Joseph Guzman and Trent Benefield discuss the Sean Bell trial, on the steps of City Hall.
10 a.m. Donna Brazile, the Democratic strategist and super delegate, speaks at Westchester Community College, at 75 Grasslands Road, in Valhalla.
10 a.m. David Paterson speaks at the Tribeca Film Festival opening, at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Theater 1, 199 Chambers Street.
11 a.m. State senate Democratic members rally in support of legislation to block the Tier 4 drug pricing system, on the steps of City Hall.
11 a.m. The New York State Athletic Commission meets on the 19th floor of 123 William Street.
12 p.m. Paterson is interviewed on North Country Public Radio.
12 p.m. Immigrant advocates protest Carlyle Group, owners of Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins for firing immigrant workers, at 520 Madison Avenue.
12:30 p.m. The Commission on Property Tax Relief holds its next meeting at 89 Washington Avenue, in Albany.
1 p.m. Local activists protest the negative images of minorities in the media, at the Bronx Supreme Court.
1 p.m. Wife of City Councilman Charles Barron, Inez, announces her candidacy for the state Assembly seat in the 40th Assembly District, on the steps of City Hall Hall.
1 p.m. Queens Borough President Helen Marshall presents a proclamation honoring local soldiers, at 120-55 Queens Boulevard, Queens.
6 p.m. Parks Commissioner Adrien Benepe discusses New York City’s urban environment, at 830 Fifth Avenue.
6:30 p.m. Citizens Union hosts a forum on grading NYC public schools, at 129 East 79th Street.
7 p.m. Predatory lending is discussed at a seminar at 186 North 6th Street, Brooklyn.
7 p.m. John McCain speaks with NPR’s All Things Considered host Robert Siegel.
7:30 p.m. Mike Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor and Republican presidential candidate, speaks at Iona College, 715 North Avenue, New Rochelle.