W. Kamau Bell heads down south to meet with members of the Ku Klux Klan looking to rebrand their message.
Hear the stories of men who've spent a lifetime in prison at San Quentin and see who they've become behind bars.
Meet the Latinos of East Lost Angeles who are fighting to live the American dream while facing prejudice and intolerance.
W. Kamau Bell visits Camden, New Jersey, to see if a new way of policing helped change the relationship between law enforcement and the people.
What's it like living off the grid? W. Kamau Bell travels to North Carolina and Tennessee to see what it takes.
Kamau visits people in Portland, Oregon, to discover how hipsters and gentrification have affected their neighborhoods.
Discover life above the Arctic Circle and learn about the Inuit customs and traditions the natives are trying to preserve.
Insight into an abundant cross-section of immigrants living in the Washington DC metro area who came to this country in search of a better life.
W. Kamau Bell goes to the heart of Chicago gang territory to explore the truth about violence in the city.
W. Kamau Bell's trip to the Dakotas sheds light on the indigenous people we mistakenly call Native Americans.
Muslims in Michigan are eager to explain practitioners of Islam aren't what people assume they are.
Unlocking the myths of Puerto Ricans with an epic journey from New York City to the captivating island.
Appalachia may be one of the hardest-hit areas of the country economically, but it is still a region rich with history and optimism.
Head to the US-Mexico border to discover what life is like for the people who live there.
Unraveling the stereotypes about Sikhism, one of the most understood religions in the US.
Exploring the rich history and traditions of the Gullah Geechee people, who are, in many ways, the seat of African-American culture.
People with disabilities share their views on healthcare and how they're portrayed in media.
Examining why the existence of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the US is important.
W. Kamau Bell heads down south to retrace his family roots and debunk some myths.
Is Canada truly a tolerant racism-free multicultural utopia? A trip up north reveals some truths.
Exploring the new face of Christianity today in Dallas, Texas - a city where church and state are far from separate.
A look at activism white people are using to combat the US's history of white supremacy and the rise of extreme right-wing groups.
Learn the multi-generational stories of loss, perseverance and hope in the Hmong community, brought here after their expulsion from Laos.
The divisive world of reproductive rights and justice including abortion, sex education and women's health.
A tour of Washington DC through the eyes of residents, filled with a vibrant culture that is distinct from the politics that surround it.
Exploring the growing LGBTQ+ community living in the epicenter of the Mormon religion in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Black residents in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the most segregated city in the US, explain why living there can be so challenging for them.
The legacy of thriving Black farmers have been largely lost to time because of racist economic and social practices. Independent farmers now face the same fate.
A tale of two Cleveland school districts: One strives for students to rise above their economic circumstances, the other confronts the racial achievement gap.
Gig work is the fastest-growing category of new jobs in the US. In the gig economy, low and uncertain wages have replaced benefits and other worker's rights.
Many scholars and activists believe the first step of reparations isn't money, but acknowledging the enormous scale of slavery in the US.
South Florida is home of the largest number of Venezuelans in the US, and the treatment of this community here and abroad has political implications.
The US and Iran are as connected as they are oppositional, intertwined through culture and politics. Iranian immigrants discuss their American experience.
Examining the warrior versus guardian mindset of police forces across the country.
Digging deeply into the discrimination and racism that lingers in programs like STEM and efforts to build a more inclusive workforce.
Exploring the dynamics of protests in Portland, with interviews from Black Lives Matter supporters and activists in the fight for social and economic justice.
Exposing forces actively working to keep Black families in the US from building prosperity and the possible solutions to fix it.
Examining the military and how some say it is beset by the same destructive and racist forces that keep us divided as a nation.
Exploration of an increasingly robust mixed-race population and the ways in which they are changing and challenging American culture.
Kamau visits Arizona, on the front lines of a culture war, where the term "woke" has become a fight for control of the nation's future. Kamau talks with parents and educators to hear both sides of CRT and how it is being used as a weapon.
Appalachians are generally pictured as White working class Americans. A largely unknown population of Black Americans have called it home since the time of the conquistadors and contributed to American culture in overlooked ways.
While sports can be exhilarating, they come with intensity and pressure that can compromise athletes' mental health. Kamau heads to the legendary sports town of Boston to find out how athletes are speaking up and leading change.
Years of drought and extreme heat waves in California have seen wildfires grow in frequency, intensity and size. The crisis is fueled by mismanagement of land, corporate greed and climate change. How do we learn to coexist with wildfire?
Through interviews with Asian American celebrities, Kamau traces the history of negative stereotypes and the portrayals of Asian Americans in comedy, examining how stereotypes contributed to violence and racism towards Asian Americans.
Kamau travels to the Black Hills of South Dakota, known for millennia to Native people as "the heart of everything that is." Native leaders explain the Landback Campaign and demand the USA honor its treaties and return all public lands.