Host Dick Gordon visits artist Toni Scott, who has spent years making art based on the life of American slaves. She has studied the slave narratives in the Library of Congress, and built life-size castings of people in her work Bloodlines.
Army Specialist Monica Brown has just been awarded the Silver Star, one of the nation's highest awards for heroism in combat. While serving in Afghanistan, a roadside bomb struck her convoy. Monica ducked gunfire to shield and treat five wounded soldiers. Also on the show: a ring lost in battle during World War II finds its way home.
Donny George was the director of the National Museum in Baghdad when it was looted in 2003. Donny believes that Iraq's antiquities are not only crucial to Iraq's heritage, but priceless records of world civilization as well.
When a quarter million people marched on Washington in 1963, the city shut down, and police and military were on guard in case of rioting. Fifty years later, a minister, a photographer, a ranger, and a student turned activist remember it as one of the greatest moments of their lives.