2016-10-06 16:02:38

"America Divided": New TV Series Explores Inequality from Water to Housing to Mass Incarceration

With the presidential election less than five weeks away, the explosive new documentary "America Divided" explores inequality in America. The show follows high-profile correspondents as they explore aspects of inequality in education, housing, healthcare, labor, criminal justice and the political system. Oscar-winning hip-hop artist Common returns to his hometown of Chicago to examine disparities in the criminal justice system. Actress Rosario Dawson travels to Flint, Michigan, to investigate the man-made disaster behind the city’s water crisis. And legendary TV producer Norman Lear investigates gentrification and displacement in New York City and goes undercover to expose racial discrimination in housing.

Amy Poehler Flint Water Crisis Inequality Jesse Williams Mass Incarceration Rosario Dawson Water Crisis Zach Galifianakis

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