W. Kamau Bell unravels the stereotypes of one of the most misunderstood religions in America, Sikhism.
W. Kamau Bell visits the coast of South Carolina to meet the Gullah Geechee people.
While in and around Seattle, Kamau takes a look at different forms of activism that white people are using to combat America's history of white supremacy and the rise of extreme right-wing groups across the country.
Kamau meets members of the Hmong community brought to America after the Laotian Civil War forced their expulsion, and learns the multigenerational stories of loss, perseverance, and hope that make up their American journey.
Kamau visits Jackson, Miss. to explore the divisive world of reproductive rights and reproductive justice, including abortion, sex education, and women's health.
Kamau takes a look at Washington, D.C. through the eyes of residents who show him the vibrant culture that is distinct from the politics that surround it.
Kamau visits Salt Lake City to explore the growing LGBTQ community living in the epicenter of the Mormon faith.
Kamau visits Milwaukee, the most segregated city in America, to better understand why living as a black person in America can be so challenging.