A look at the life and times of two remarkable women, and how their childhood experiences helped shape their strong feelings to fight inequality and discrimination. Go back to 1830 and the cotton fields of a southern plantation. Experience what life was like for an enslaved person. Then go to 1955 and a bus stop in Montgomery, Alabama where the unfairness of segregation led to the beginning of reform.
Harriet's life as an enslaved person -- Harriet travels on the Underground Railroad -- Slavery ends in America -- Life in Rosa Parks' America -- The Civil Rights movement -- Rosa's act of defiance.