Host Henry Rollins cracks open the books on one of America's most defining chapters: the civil rights movement. He crosses the country in search of the unknown stories that built a generation of heroes. From the little-known actions of iconic pioneers like Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and Lyndon Johnson to the many courageous deeds of unheralded champions, there's much more to America's fight for equality. Part of the "10 Things You Don't Know About" series. Preview of this title is highly recommended. A segment includes a visit to the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia. While the title offers teachable moments related to historical injustices, inequalities, and brutalities, it also contains potentially offensive language, images of battlefield scenes including corpses, and images of racial epithets.