S4 • E3Queen CollectiveTeam Dream
Director Luchina Fisher follows friends and competitive swimmers Ann and Madeline on their journey to the National Senior Games, where they won't let age, race or history stand in their way.
S1 • E4Boiling PointExtended Story - Schoolhouse Door
Professor Michael Eric Dyson explains how Black students like Autherine Lucy, James Meredith and the Little Rock Nine challenged school segregation in the South despite fierce opposition.
Judge Expunges Juvenile Record Of Claudette Colvin Who Refused To Give Up Her Seat Months Before Rosa Parks
She became a civil rights pioneer when she was arrested at age 15 for violating Alabama’s bus segregation law.
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S1 • E4Boiling PointSchoolhouse Door
Alabama Governor George Wallace's attempt to bar two Black students from entering the University of Alabama in 1963 is examined and compared to the segregation barriers that still endure.
This Day in Black History: May 17, 1954
Brown v. Board of Education outlawed segregation in schools.
This Day in Black History: Feb. 19, 1942
The Tuskegee Airmen were initiated into the armed forces.
Viral Photo Of White And Black Kids Segregated In South African Classroom
The four Black kids were separated from white classmates.
Video Shows Angry, Rich, White Parents Protesting Plan For Schools To Bring In More Black Students
Many say the incident reveals how the racism of liberals.
Brown v. Board of Education Pioneer Linda Brown Dies At 76 And Is Remembered For Her Youth Activism
At 9, she led a historic case that ended segregation.