Alix Toyo lives in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. He'd worked as a fixer for journalists, but when things got so bad that even journalists stopped coming, he had to do something different. So he opened up a restaurant a year and a half ago, and thought he'd finally get to be independent. Also in the show: Riding the rice boom.
Today marks the 60th anniversary of the first Kinsey Report on Human Sexual Behavior. The identity of many of the participants who divulged the details of their sex lives to Kinsey remains secret. However, one woman decided to shed her anonymity. Also on the show: a man finds photos and letters of a woman he never met, and learning about her becomes a passion of his.
Jean Howard was in high school when her older brother Jibreel Khazan and his friends decided they'd had enough of white-only establishments. Jean wanted to join in, but organizers didn't allow high school students to skip class or take those kinds of risks. Once she got to college though, Jean took up her brother's cause. Also in this show: The Battle For Street and Health In Haiti