May 8, 2021

May 9, 2021

This week, we’re taking a look at a first-of-its kind high school in Alabama looking to lead students to success with a radical idea. Correspondent Jessica Gomez heads to Birmingham’s Build UP High School to show us how it all works. Plus, during World War II, 23-year-old Californian Fred Korematsu was thrown in jail for refusing to go to a Japanese internment camp. His daughter Karen shares his story. Then, America is in the middle of a monumental shift as the younger generation redefines pop culture. It’s not the first time. Journalist and CNN analyst Ron Brownstein chronicles the nation’s shift after the 1960’s in his book, “Rock Me on the Water.”