Low wages for agricultural products in developing countries are not always dstiny. Sometimes market forces help the little guy. Take for example cacau growers in Africa. They're switching to rubber trees because those pay better. Kelsey Timmerman is the author of Where am I Eating and Where am I Wearing...books on global networks and impacts. Hear his stories. Plus, Judy Valente has an interview with one of the world's leading experts on sanitation, Inga Winkler. And we get a look at the Bloomington Normal Economy.