Fifty-three years ago, a government commission investigated civil unrest and racial inequality in America. The results from the "Kerner Report" shocked the country but mostly faded into history. The last surviving member, Fred Harris, shares why.
Forty-one natives of the Alaskan Aleutian Islands were taken to and imprisoned in Japan during World War II. One of whom was Theresa Deal's mother. For years, Theresa thought she understood her mother's wartime history but now she knows the truth.