With just 10 days to go until the New York primary election, presidential hopeful and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders made his second campaign stop in the Bronx Saturday.
Sanders spoke at Bronx Community College before a crowd of cheering supporters. He touched on topics including immigration, foreign policy and education.
He drew cheers from the crowd when he spoke about diversity, and added that police departments should be better trained to prevent tragedies against minorities.
Sanders also spoke about poverty and economic issues.
He will debate Hillary Clinton in Brooklyn on Thursday.