Jane Sanders on the Campaign Trail; Life in the Bubble; Why Coke Cares About Gay Rights

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Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN), left, introduces Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) and his wife Jane O'Meara Sanders during a campaign rally in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Coming up on today's show:

  • Jane Sanders, social worker, academic, and wife of Senator Bernie Sanders, speaks on behalf of her husband's campaign.
  • Why - and when - do corporations care about gay rights? Susan McPherson, a corporate responsibility expert, discusses why corporations such as Coca Cola and Google take on issues such as the religious rights bill in Georgia.
  • Some Trump supporters claim that upper-and-middle-class Americans live in a “bubble” – and vice versa. We'll explore a series of questions that’ll help you determine whether YOU live in an economic and cultural “bubble,” with PBS NewsHour Paul Solman.
  • Kanan Makiya, Baghdad professor at Brandeis University, wrote an anonymous critique of the Iraqi regime which encouraged American neocons to invade Iraq.
  • Hear how technology can solve big agriculture's problems, with Oklahoma State University's Jayson Lusk.