A look at the production of "The Four Children of Tander Welch," which tells the story of a hospice worker (Mackenzie Astin) who gets a job caring for an ill writer (Nicholas Pryor), while also taking care of his own mother (Patty Duke).
"The Four Children of Tander Welch" tells the story of a hospice worker (Mackenzie Astin) who gets a job caring for an ill writer (Nicholas Pryor), while also taking care of his own mother (Patty Duke).
"9/4/57: School Integration in Charlotte" details the September 1957 integration of Harding High School in Charlotte by 15-year-old Dorothy Counts. Included: archival footage and photos; and first-person accounts.
"Come Walk in My Shoes." Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) leads members of the House of Representatives and Senate on a tour of important civil-rights sites. The journey begins in Montgomery, Ala., where Lewis first met Martin Luther King Jr. and concludes on Selma's Edmund Pettus Bridge, where he led a nonviolent protest march in 1965.
“The Clinton 12” recalls desegregation at Clinton (Tenn.) High School after the Brown vs. Board of Education decision, as a dozen black students began attending the school. Included are comments from some of the 12 students, and others who recall the event. James Earl Jones narrates.