The critically acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning CNN Original Series United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell returns for its third season this April. The eight episode docuseries follows sociopolitical comedian W. Kamau Bell as he explores subcultures across the country, using humor to start conversations about race and how our differences divide and unite us. Each hour-long episode strives to show that our country is built upon not just one, but many diverse and colorful definitions of America.
Kamau travels to the U.S./Mexico border to find out what life is really like for the people living there. Kamau visits with friend and artist/activist Favianna Rodriguez and sits down with an engineer who talks about the proposed new wall and the ethics behind building such a permanent structure. After taking a trip with the border patrol and touring the pre-existing wall, Kamau meets with the people who deal with the misfortune that comes from migrants trying to cross these incredibly dangerous deserts. He wraps up his journey by sitting down with the people who were here way before the border existed, the indigenous Tohono O’odham tribe.
2018, 42 minutes, color, DCP
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