The Supreme Court issues two major rulings on gerrymandering and the 2020 Census; Plus: What you need to know about the first Democratic debate

0:08 – Analysis of the first night of democratic presidential debates. We focus on immigration and the border crisis with Reverend Deborah Lee, Executive Director of the Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity.

00:34 – DaMaris B. Hill (@damarishill) is assistant professor of creative writing and African American and Africana Studies at the University of Kentucky. She discusses her latest book, A Bound Woman is a Dangerous Thing.

1:08 – BREAKING: The Supreme Court rules on two major issues – the 2020 Census citizenship question and partisan gerrymandering – with Justin Levitt (@_justinlevitt_), Loyola University Law professor and former Deputy Attorney General, and Jonathan Stein (@_jonathanstein), head of voting rights and census at Asian Americans Advancing Justice.

1:34 – The U.S. has now imposed some of the strictest economic sanctions on Iran – what does this mean for the Iranian people and the future of diplomacy? Conn Hallinan is a columnist with Foreign Policy in Focus and joins us in-studio to explain.

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