Two women canvassing for marriage equality encourage young African American men to vote for Question 6.
Two family members face off on the issue of marriage equality.
Journalist Jayson Blair recounts his process for plagiarism.
Former New York Times editor Howell Raines explains how he responded to the digital revolution.
Jayson provides insight into how he deceived editors and fellow reporters at The New York Times.
Journalists discuss the fallout and impact of the Blair scandal.
Former MOVE members tell the a Special Investigation Commission about the philosophy of MOVE.
The Philadelphia Special Commission investigates the tragic events of 1985.
Rick Hall and multiple musicians try to nail down the Muscle Shoals sound.
Soul singer Percy Sledge recounts his journey from a cotton field to making it big at FAME Studios.
Laurita and Rosario discuss their different paths to the Martha Washington Ball.
Rosario is measured for a spectacular gown by a highly coveted dressmaker.
The Martha Washington Society debutantes’ final rehearsal commences.
Judy describes the Big Beautiful Women gathering.
Two women weigh the pros and cons of gastric-bypass surgery.
Dawn describes her husband's collection of erotic photos of obese women.
“Others schools don’t expect nothing from us. Medora’s been in the gutter.”
The team receives a pep talk from coach Justin Gilbert.
Ali is confronted by David Susskind on live television about his actions.
A Nation of Islam minister recalls his first meeting with Ali.
Rocky describes his first encounter with the children and why he decided to stay.
Pizza and stories are two ways that Rocky helps cheer up the children.
Meet Surya, Kowsala, and Sattish - just three of the HIV-positive children Rocky helps care for.
Some of the black civil rights leaders became suspicious when white agents started showing up at their meetings.
There were some activists who gave up on the movement and ended up on the “other side."
Civil rights activists from Ohio prepared themselves “to be beaten, to be put in jail, and to be killed.”
AIDS activists “bring the dead” to the White House.
Rajiv Joseph and Tarell McCraney on being a playwright.
Why does theater still matter?
Replacing the lead character with Robin Williams.