Into America is a show about being Black in America. These stories explore what it means to hold truth to power and this country to its promises. Told by people who have the most at stake.
Locked in Hell
Texas is one of the hottest states in the country. But people in state prisons are forced to go without air conditioning, leading to serious health issues. And climate change is making the situation worse.
Celebrating Black Fashion
Hope for Flowers founder Tracy Reese and FUBU co-founder J. Alexander Martin on making it big as Black fashion designers.
The Black Firefighters of 9/11
Twelve Black firefighters died on 9/11. Twenty years later, a surviving brother and a current Captain remember their stories and continue to fight for equality within the FDNY.
Race and Education in an American Suburb
Southlake, Texas seemed like an idyllic town. Then two racist videos pulled back the curtain; and the fallout threatened to tear the community apart.
The Essential Kerner Commission Report
In 1968, the Kerner Commission wrote, "white society is deeply implicated in the ghetto." Here's how they reached a conclusion that still rings true today.
Big Daddy Kane’s Lyrical Legacy
Legendary rapper Big Daddy Kane on pushing boundaries, the evolution of hip-hop, and the special joy of a Brooklyn summer.
Big Daddy Kane
I’m loving the Big Daddy Kane episode. I’m longing for the change in Hip Hop that he’s talking about.
Post middle aged white woman loves this show!
Yes I need to hear stories from other voices. Thank you for the great variety of interesting relevant episodes.