America Divided - Netflix
America Divided features high-profile correspondents exploring aspects of inequality related to their own biographies. Oscar®-winning hip-hop artist Common returns to his hometown of Chicago — ground zero for disparities in the criminal justice system. Emmy®– and Golden Globe®-winning actress America Ferrera travels to Texas to witness battles around access to the ballot and healthcare for poor women. Actor and comedian Zach Galifianakis investigates the political landscape in his home state of North Carolina and considers how it's emblematic of the country's deepening political divide during the 2016 campaign. Legendary TV producer Norman Lear, an original member of the Television Academy Hall of Fame, reports on the housing crisis in New York — from people who have no homes to luxury apartments purposely kept vacant. Actress and producer Amy Poehler witnesses the complex challenges faced by domestic workers who maintain an intimate relationship with the families that employ them while also struggling for better conditions. Actor and activist Peter Sarsgaard explores the addiction crisis ravaging a heartland beset by unemployment and the shuttering of America's factories. And, "Grey's Anatomy" star and former teacher Jesse Williams goes back to the classroom and becomes immersed in the battle to fix inequality in education.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
America Divided - America Divided - Netflix
America Divided is an American documentary television series created by Solly Granatstein, Lucian Read, and Richard Rowley that premiered on September 30, 2016 on Epix.
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