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The struggle against racial segregation was center stage twice during the 20th century once in the United States, and once in South Africa. Examine the legacy of the movement's two most-prominent icons, men who devoted their lives to the fight for equal rights and were each awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Includes two feature segments.
- Mandela & Apartheid Examines Nelson Mandela's dream of ending apartheid in South Africa, and traces his path from demonstrator to political prisoner to international statesman.
- Martin Luther King Boulevard Explores what movements to rename streets after the slain civil rights leader and the resistance sometimes faced say about the state of U.S. race relations in the 21st century.