1. Just as discussions around race in the Obama administration are making headlines, the president delivered a speech today at the National Action Network's annual convention. Rev. Al Sharpton, founder and president of NAN and host of "PoliticsNation" on msnbc, joins us to talk about the president's speech.
2. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel joins us to talk about HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius's departure and the success of Obamacare after a rocky launch.
3. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is in hot water with the G.O.P. after calling illegal immigration "an act of love." We've got the reaction from the right and Chris's analysis on the state of immigration reform in this country, and what it says about the rancor in Washington.
4. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, parents spend more time working than sleeping. Maybe it's time to take a hint from France, where unions and employers struck a deal making sure employees won't be discriminated against for failing to answer work emails after 6pm local time. We'll discuss with msnbc host Melissa Harris-Perry and msnbc contributor Goldie Taylor.