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For the last stop of his journey, Barkley heads to Atlanta, the cradle of the Civil Rights movement, where he meets undocumented residents and civic leaders who use social media to organize their opposition to new immigration policies and gets an audience with C.T. Vivian, a legend of the civil rights movement.
With the country racially divided, Barkley travels to Los Angeles, where he discusses racial stereotypes with consumers and industry professionals, including Korean-American rapper Dumbfoundead and artist-entrepreneur Ice-Cube, and visits with improv legends, The Upright Citizens Brigade.
With America still reeling from Trump's immigration ban and anti-Muslim sentiment at a boiling point, Barkley heads to Irving, Texas, a city in turmoil in the wake of a local ordinance banning "foreign laws" and armed protests against the local mosque.
Barkley sets off on a heartfelt journey across America to discuss race, beginning in Baltimore, Maryland, a city central to the Black Lives Matter movement, where he embeds with the community and police in Baltimore.