season 1

Inspiring stories of Americans who come together despite their differences.

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S1 E728 - Community holds parade for woman's 105th birthday
Watch as an entire community comes out to celebrate the 105th birthday o...
07.07.2020 | 1m
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S1 E727 - Watch this and be inspired!
This football coach’s passionate speech to his players has been shared b...
07.07.2020 | 6m
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S1 E726 - Facing History and Ourselves: Program Challenges Students and Educators to Rethink How We Teach Hist
This program is challenging educators to rethink how history is taught i...
07.06.2020 | 3m
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S1 E725 - Kentucky Tattoo Shop Covers Hate Symbols Free of Charge
This Kentucky tattoo shop is offering to cover hate symbols free of charge.
07.06.2020 | 2m
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S1 E724 - Why Confederate War General Robert E. Lee’s Direct Descendent Supports Taken Down His Ancestor’s Sta
Robert E. Lee's great-great-great-great nephew wants to see his ancestor...
07.06.2020 | 2m
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S1 E723 - NASCAR Bans the Confederate Flag and Takes a Stand Against Racism
Why NASCAR banning the confederate flag is a step in the right direction.
07.06.2020 | 2m
S1 E722 - 8-Year-Old Girl's Sweet Gesture Sparks An Unlikely Friendship
Watch how this young girl's kind gesture spurred an unexpected friendship!
07.02.2020 | 1m
S1 E721 - Identical Twin Sister Nurses Retire Together After 42 Years of Helping Others
These identical twin sister nurses are retiring together after 42 years.
07.02.2020 | 1m
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S1 E720 - Black LGBTQIA Rights Group Makes A Statement
This Black LGBTQIA group is making a statement.
07.03.2020 | 4m
S1 E719 - This program will benefit healthcare workers!
This program will benefit healthcare workers!
07.02.2020 | 1m
S1 E718 - All-female firefighter crew staffs local station for first time in department's history
An all female fire crew in Pasadena, CA.
07.01.2020 | 1m
S1 E716 - 7-year-old raises thousands for PPE making bracelets!
Hayley has already raised more than $14,000.
06.29.2020 | 1m
S1 E715 - Hour of prayer brings police & first responders together with the community
People of all backgrounds came together for a hour of prayer with police...
06.28.2020 | 1m
S1 E713 - Celebrating Pride: A drag pageant legend shares her journey
This legendary entertainer has won almost every national title in the drag
06.27.2020 | 4m
S1 E712 - 10-year-old writes heartfelt letter to his favorite restaurant during COVID
This 10-year-old wrote a letter to his favorite restaurant.
06.27.2020 | 1m
S1 E711 - Black Owned Businesses and Entrepreneurs Building Extraordinary Business
Black owned businesses fight back against financial inequality.
06.26.2020 | 22m
S1 E710 - The 82-year-old grandma loves the gym
This grandma loves staying active.
06.26.2020 | 1m
S1 E709 - Chocolate for Pride
This chocolate factory has produced a new bar for the LGBTQ+ community!
06.26.2020 | 1m
S1 E708 - Music therapist takes sessions on the road
Cindy Cordrey took her music therapy sessions on the road during the pandem
06.25.2020 | 2m
S1 E707 - Activist Ty Defoe on what it means to identify as Two-Spirit
Activist Ty Defoe on what it means to identify as Two-Spirit.
06.25.2020 | 2m
S1 E706 - Why LGBTQ+ activist Tiq Milan thinks protests will bring lasting change
“On the other side of uncomfortable is change.”
06.25.2020 | 2m
S1 E705 - This woman challenged her family to only buy Black for a year
This woman challenged her family to only buy from Black-owned businesses.
06.25.2020 | 2m
S1 E704 - Bright Black Candles celebrates the vibrancy of Black greatness
Bright Black Candles celebrates the vibrancy of Black greatness through ...
06.25.2020 | 2m
S1 E703 - The Last Black-Owned LGBTQ+ Club in Manhattan Almost Had to Close Their Doors
The last black-owned LGBTQ+ in Manhattan was saved thanks to community s...
06.25.2020 | 2m
S1 E702 - Meet the CEO of America's Largest Black-Owned Bank
Meet the CEO of America's largest Black-owned banking institution.
06.25.2020 | 2m
S1 E701 - Dottie's Serenade Service
Dottie’s Serenade Service turning the sidewalk into a stage and your por...
06.25.2020 | 3m
S1 E700 - Free hugs from moms
The Free Mom Hugs group are continuing their cause by any means possible.
06.23.2020 | 1m
S1 E699 - Artists gift mural to community as a message of unity amid 2020 events
This mural was a gift from local artists in Southeast Los Angeles.
06.24.2020 | 1m
S1 E698 - One man show, "Gaytino" honors Chicano and gay histories
Son of a Chicano music legend shares his story of growing up gay.
06.24.2020 | 1m
S1 E697 - Openly gay preacher fosters community of acceptance
This openly gay preacher and his congregation believe that God's love is...
06.23.2020 | 2m
S1 E696 - Helping LGBTQI+ Refugees Escape Persecution: How the Rainbow Railroad Saves Lives
Rainbow Railroad is helping LGBTQI+ refugees escape persecution.
06.23.2020 | 1m
S1 E695 - Pride Started as a Riot: The LGBTQ+ Community Rallies Together with the Black Lives Matter Movement
Here's how the LGBTQ+ community is rallying together with the BLM movement.
06.22.2020 | 22m
S1 E694 - Junior firefighter saves his neighbor's life
A junior firefighter saved his neighbor's life with CPR after she had a ...
06.18.2020 | 2m
S1 E693 - Front lawn photo gallery displays this community's fight against COVID-19
Front lawn photo gallery displays Wilmington "village' fight against COVID-
06.19.2020 | 2m
S1 E692 - Meet the 93-year-old who is fighting to make Juneteenth a national holiday
93-year-old activist walking 2.5 miles to raise awareness for Juneteenth.
06.18.2020 | 3m
S1 E691 - This artist is turning pets into royalty!
This artist is turning pets into royalty!
06.17.2020 | 1m
S1 E690 - Duke Chapel continues to play its melodies...
The carillon at Duke Chapel continues to play its melodies far after the...
06.18.2020 | 3m
S1 E689 - Bus crash survivor earns prestigious scholarship
Dewayne Benson survived a deadly bus crash and is now heading to college!
06.17.2020 | 2m
S1 E687 - Middle school students create apps to address COVID-19 issues in their community
Tech students are creating app prototypes that address COVID related issues
06.17.2020 | 1m
S1 E686 - Couple gets engaged at Black Lives Matter protest in San Francisco
This couple got engaged at a Black Lives Matter protest in San Francisco.
06.17.2020 | 2m
S1 E685 - Father stands outside hospital for 14 days with message to wife and son
“I married the right man!” New father stands outside hospital with sign ...
06.17.2020 | 3m
S1 E684 - Pandemic brings changes to Houston’s Backstreet Cafe
Legendary Houston restaurant group adapts to “a new normal.”
06.16.2020 | 4m
S1 E683 - Healthcare professionals say enough is enough
Healthcare professionals are standing up for Black Lives Matter to say e...
06.15.2020 | 3m
S1 E682 - CrossFit gym owners speak out against racism
These CrossFit Gym owners and athletes are speaking out against racism.
06.15.2020 | 3m
S1 E681 - Doctors organize 'White Coats For Black Lives' protest
Doctors across the country arranged a "White Coats for Black Lives" protest.
06.13.2020 | 2m
S1 E680 - Musicians call for justice with brass concert at Philadelphia Museum of Art
Dozens of musicians from across the tri-state area gathered to protest.
06.15.2020 | 1m
S1 E679 - West Philly’s “Grandma” recognized by National Guard for generosity during protests
She’s always been known as a good neighbor, but the PA Army National Gua...
06.13.2020 | 1m
S1 E678 - Philadelphia photographer offers free prom and graduation sessions for seniors
Free prom and graduation pictures for seniors.
06.12.2020 | 2m
S1 E677 - How the Black Lives Matter Movement is changing America
Black Lives Matter movement is already causing change in America: Is Def...
06.12.2020 | 22m
S1 E676 - This Northern American Indian community polices themselves
This Northern American Indian Nation developed a program to police themselv
06.12.2020 | 2m