Gwendolyn Sanders Leads the Birmingham Children's Crusade
Black children in 1960s Birmingham, Alabama, begin a days-long protest against white supremacy.
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Tiffany Haddish tells the story of Rose Valland, an assistant curator in Paris who helped recover thousands of works of art taken by the Nazis during World War II.
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Just when fate looked its bleakest for the Union soldiers fighting at the Battle of Antietam, along came an angel: Clara Barton.
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When actress Nichelle Nichols wanted to quit playing Lieutenant Uhura on "Star Trek," real-life Trekkie Martin Luther King Jr. convinced her otherwise.
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Nichelle Nichols and William Shatner shared TV's first interracial kiss on "Star Trek," no thanks to the show's network executives.
Drunk HistoryThe Birth of Hip Hop
Questlove recounts how Jamaica-born Clive Campbell, a.k.a. DJ Kool Herc, invented hip hop in the early 1970s.
Drunk HistoryHow The Kinsey Scale Was Created
Alfred Kinsey (Josh Charles) and his wife Clara (Jillian Bell) conducted extensive research on human sexuality, and created a scale to chart it.
Drunk HistoryGloria Steinem Goes Undercover at the Playboy Club
In the 1960s, a young Gloria Steinem poses as a cocktail waitress at the Playboy Club to research an expose on its sexist work environment.
Drunk HistoryJudy Heumann Fights for People with Disabilities
Judy Heumann and her fellow activists begin the Section 504 sit-in, paving the way for the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Drunk HistoryGwendolyn Sanders Leads the Birmingham Children's Crusade
Gwendolyn Sanders and hundreds of African-American children in Birmingham, Alabama, protest segregation at the height of the civil rights movement.
Drunk HistoryMr. Rogers's Beautiful Life
Fred Rogers creates the classic children's show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" and helps stop budget cuts to public television proposed by Richard Nixon.
Drunk HistoryMaya Lin Designs the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
College student Maya Lin designs the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, but faces backlash for the monument's lack of military symbolism.
Drunk HistoryThe High-Flying Adventure of D.B. Cooper
A man known as D.B. Cooper hijacks an airplane -- and gets away with it.
Drunk HistoryThe Disappearance of Agatha Christie
Mystery writer Agatha Christie disappears in the middle of the night, leaving police baffled.
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Willy Hitler thinks he can obtain a high-ranking spot in his Uncle Adolf's party, but when things don't go his way, he turns the tables.
Drunk HistoryFrank Emi Takes a Stand
Randall Park tells the story of Frank Emi, who urged Japanese Americans to resist the draft after they were sent to internment camps during World War II.
Drunk HistoryThe History of the ASPCA
Mae Whitman shares the story of Henry Bergh, who founded the ASPCA and personally patrolled the streets of 19th-century New York preventing acts of animal cruelty.
Drunk HistoryThe Capture of Adolf Eichmann
Rachel Bloom tells the story of how the Mossad captured Adolf Eichmann, who was one of the major organizers of the Holocaust.
Drunk HistoryClever Math with Clever Hans
Rich Fulcher shares the story of how Wilhelm von Osten's love of animals led to him teaching a horse named Clever Hans simple math problems.
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