Following the 17-year struggle to free nine blacks falsely accused of raping two white women in Alabama in 1931. The struggle, which involved communist activists and laid the groundwork for the civil-rights movement, is involvingly chronicled in vintage stills and clips, comments by historians and readings by actors (including Stanley Tucci and Frances McDormand). "In the end, the state of Alabama bowed to reason," says narrator Andre Braugher, "and to exhaustion."
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2000 - Oscar - Best Documentary (Feature)- nominated
For the first time, Casey Anthony shares her story after being acquitted of murder a decade ago. Convicted of lying to police, Anthony goes behind the scenes to discuss the events surrounding the puzzling case that enraged the nation.
A father and son bring a group of greenhorns to Porcupine Creek, Alaska, to mine for gold in this reality series. Follow this reality series about Jack and his son Todd who gather a group of greenhorns to Porcupine Creek, Alaska. Facing an economic meltdown, the team risks everything and sets out on a mission to mine for gold in the wilds. Todd and his team face the grandeur as well as the hardships of Alaska that included an threatening winter that will halt operations along with their opportunity to strike gold.
Renown cancer specialist and innovative medical authority Dr. Agus talks with A-list celebrities about some of their personal health issues and the impact on their lives and families, as well as sharing information on new technologies and treatments.