05: Dylan's New Dress

When Santana Pilar Andrews was asked to read at Lafayette, Louisiana's first-ever Drag Queen Story Time, he thought it would be an excellent opportunity to teach children to accept people for who they are. But many in Lafayette didn't agree. They feared the Drag Queens had a "secret agenda" and tried to stop the event from happening.

04: Felony Disenfranchisement

Before a jury convicted Alfonzo Tucker of a felony, he had never voted in an election. Then, while incarcerated, he read books about civil rights leaders who lost their lives fighting for the rights of African American's to vote and became inspired. When he was released, he tried to register to vote, but Alabama refused to let him. Alfonzo became one of the 6.1 million disenfranchised ex-felons.