10 a.m. City College of New York graduation; outside Shepard Hall, 160 Convent Ave.
10 a.m. Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Yeshiva University graduation; Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, Columbus and 65th Street.
11 a.m. Comptroller Bill Thompson urges U.S. Treasury to not challenge court ruling that U.S. currency discriminates against the blind; Municipal Building, 1 Centre St., 5th Floor, Room 530.
Noon. Frank Gehry and Bruce Ratner unveil designs for Lower Manhattan’s Beekman Tower and new public school; Spruce Street between William and Nassau.
Noon to 1 p.m. Local 107 members protest union busting; in front of ORT America, 75 Maiden Lane.
Noon. “Magic” Johnson is honored at A Better Chance 45th anniversary awards luncheon; The Pierre Hotel, 2 East 61st St.
4 p.m. Tony Blair rings The Closing Bell at the New York Stock Exchange; NYSE, Broad Street and Exchange Place.
5 p.m. Council Member John Liu hosts Asian Pacific American Heritage Month celebration; Flushing Library, 41-17 Main St., Flushing, Queens.
6 p.m. Elected officials and community leaders hold emergency meeting on the Harlem shootings; Harlem State Office Building, 163 West 125th St., 2nd floor art gallery.
7 p.m. Frederick Samuel Democratic Club dinner-dance, Alhambra Ballroom, 2116 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd.
7 p.m. Al Sharpton and Nicole Paultre Bell speak at Critical Mass bike ride protest; Union Square.
7 p.m. David Sirota discusses his book, “The Uprising: An Unauthorized Tour of the Populist Revolt Scaring Wall Street & Washington”; Riverside Church, 490 Riverside Drive.