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From the ways in which people live and communicate to how they view the past, future and one another, American society is in the midst of seemingly head-spinning changes. To explore some of the most divisive, contentious and often confusing issues in today's culture, Katie Couric travels to dozens of cities across North America to talk with people at the forefront of this revolution. Covering pressing issues, including gender inequality, Muslims in America, political correctness, the battle over Confederate monuments and statues, and how technology is affecting humanity, Couric enlists cultural icons, experts and everyday people to help her look past the noise, politics and individual discomfort to understand complicated truths.

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Katie Couric investigates the concept of political correctness.
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Katie Couric explores gender equality in the United States, asking whether Americans have arrived at a turning point.
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Katie Couric examines the argument that anxiety among the white working class is fueling the political and cultural divide in the United States.
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Katie Couric explores the many ways that technology upends people's lives.
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Katie Couric learns about the pressures and opportunities for Muslim Americans.
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Katie Couric explores the divisive issue of Confederate monuments.

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