Dick speaks with Yang Li, who was born and raised in China. As soon as he got his citizenship in the U.S., he bought a gun. He considers it a tool that defends against tyranny, and he has joined gun rights groups and spoken at rallies.
Imani Jaafar-Mohammed and her husband Murad Mohammed are both American. They went to law school, got married, and bought their first house here. But when they moved into that house, they were confronted by a neighbor.
He started throwing pork in our back yard. He would come under the window and shout "terrorist," and shout at the window. And he specifically did it when he knew that I was home by myself. -Imani Jaafar-Mohammed
In the summer of 1961 when Gurdon Brewster was a seminary student, Gurdon volunteered to work at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta. He stayed with Dr. Martin Luther King's father, Daddy King. As a white northerner in the South, Gurdon struggled with two kinds of discrimination that summer - from both African-American parishioners and his fellow white clergymen.
Protesters in Syria have called for the resignation of President Bashar al-Assad, once a London physician who succeeded his father as head of state when he died. Few outsiders have had the chance to speak with him. Dick speaks to Abdul Rahman al-Rashed, a journalist who has interviewed him multiple times. He can describe the man ruling Syria.