America Divided Season Two
In a Divided Country, Our Stories Unite Us

America Divided Season Two - In a Divided Country, Our Stories Unite Us
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4 episodes in this series

Episode 1 Washington's War on Women - Sexism and Harrassment in the U.S. Capital
Gretchen Carlson, who won a high profile victory with her opposition to the pervasive sexual harassment at Fox News, takes viewers to the halls of Congress to uncover an endemic…
Episode 2 Who Controls the Land - Bears Ears National Monument and the Fight for Native American Equality
Native American actor Martin Sensmeier travels to San Juan County, Utah, to investigate the controversy over the Bears Ears National Monument. While there, he learns how the fight over the…
Episode 3 There Has to be Another Way - The Hidden Victims of Immigration Law and Finding a New Future in Coal Country
In part one, Diane Guerrero travels to Houston, Texas to investigate the effect of the state's anti-sanctuary Senate Bill 4 and discovers some of the most vulnerable victims of this…
Episode 4 Whose History? - The Reckoning over Confederate Monuments and the Racial Terror of Lynching
Jussie Smollett travels to Memphis, Tennessee to witness the growing movement to bring down Confederate monuments and commemorate the deaths of thousands of African-Americans lynched during decades of racial terror.…

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Executive produced by star showrunner Shonda Rhimes (Grey's Anatomy), icon Norman Lear and the superstar Common, AMERICA DIVIDED is a timely, eight-part series about inequality in education, housing, healthcare, labor, criminal justice and the political system. The show follows high-profile correspondents in different regions of the United States as they…
Whose History? - The Reckoning over Confederate Monuments and the Racial Terror of Lynching
Jussie Smollett travels to Memphis, Tennessee to witness the growing movement to bring down Confederate monuments and commemorate the deaths of thousands of African-Americans lynched during decades of racial terror. On his journey, Jussie meets the brother of a lynching victim and becomes part of his seven-decade-long quest for justice…
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In part one, Diane Guerrero travels to Houston, Texas to investigate the effect of the state's anti-sanctuary Senate Bill 4 and discovers some of the most vulnerable victims of this anti-immigrant era -- the victims of sex trafficking and domestic violence. In part two, Nick Offerman travels to the coal…
Emancipation Road: 1863-1870 - The Emancipation Proclamation
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The Civil War - Emancipation Proclamation
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Who Controls the Land - Bears Ears National Monument and the Fight for Native American Equality
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