Extras

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American Experience

The War at Home

Booker T. Spicely was a Black soldier fatally shot by a white bus driver in 1944.

The War at Home

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American Experience

Extended Trailer | Blinding of Isaac Woodard

How a horrific racial violence became a powerful catalyst for the civil rights movement.

Extended Trailer | Blinding of Isaac Woodard

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American Experience

Chapter 1 | The Blinding of Isaac Woodard

Watch a preview of The Blinding of Isaac Woodard.

Chapter 1 | The Blinding of Isaac Woodard

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American Experience

Trailer | Blinding of Isaac Woodard | American Experience

In 1946, a local police chief savagely beat and permanently blinded a Black army sergeant.

Trailer | Blinding of Isaac Woodard | American Experience

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American Experience

Isaac Woodard

Isaac Woodard was a decorated African American WWII Veteran from South Carolina.

Isaac Woodard

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American Experience

Judge Julius Waties Waring

Judge Waring became an unexpected civil rights champion with rulings on pivotal cases.

Judge Julius Waties Waring