W. Kamau Bell speaks to prisoners of the infamous San Quentin prison to hear their individual, real stories about life inside the prison and what it has turned them into.
The population of East Los Angeles is over 90 percent Latino; they are predicted to be the majority population of Americans by 2044; W. Kamau Bell speaks to many Latinos who are fighting prejudice and spreading the message of tolerance.
Camden, New Jersey has a reputation as one of the country's most dangerous cities; W. Kamau Bell heads there to see if a newly implemented community policing program is helping the relationship between citizens and the police force.
W. Kamal Bell visits people in North Carolina and Tennessee who are living completely off the grid; inside the tiny house movement; legendary Summer of Love commune, The Farm; doomsday prepper who refuses to be identified.
W. Kamau Bell is off to speak to the people of Portland, Oregon where the result of a massive influx of hipsters appears to be gentrification; he inquires as to how this has affected the local neighborhoods.
W. Kamau Bell visits the Inuit people of Barrow, Alaska, 320 miles north of the Arctic Circle, where this town, only accessible by plane, is fighting to hold on to its traditions as large companies seek to acquire their natural resources.
Kamau Bell searches for the fountain of youth. He heads to Daytona Beach, Florida and gets schooled on 'beachin.'
W. Kamau Bell enjoys an abundant cross-section of immigrants who come to this country from all over the world to make a better life.
W. Kamau Bell goes to the heart of Chicago gang territory to explore the truth about violence in the city.
Kamau goes to the Dakotas to bring light onto the indigenous people mistakenly called Native Americans.
W. Kamau Bell meets Muslims in Michigan who are eager to explain that practitioners of Islam aren't what people assume they are.
W. Kamau Bell, a critic of gun laws in America, buys a 357 Magnum.
W. Kamau Bell unlocks some of the myths of Puerto Ricans; a journey from New York City to Puerto Rico itself.
The Appalachian region has a rich history and optimism, despite being one of the hardest-hit countries economically; W. Kamau Bell plans to mine.
W. Kamau Bell visits San Francisco's Chinatown; what it means to be American while culturally connected to another country.
W. Kamau Bell heads to the U.S. Mexico border to find out what life is like for the people who live there.
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.
W. Kamau Bell meets with people with physical disabilities.
W. Kamau Bell heads to Historically Black Colleges and Universities to answer the question of why these schools are Important.
W. Kamau Bell heads down south to debunk some myths while also retracing his family roots with his father.
W. Kamau Bell takes a trip up north to Canada to see if everything is truly as great as everyone says.
W. Kamau Bell visits the islands of Hawaii.
Kamau visits Dallas—the home of the Megachurch, to find out what is creating the new face of Christianity today, in a city where church and state are far from separate.
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.
Kamau visits Philadelphia and Chester, Pa., to learn about the toxic man-made disasters that have polluted these communities for generations.