This episode contains the following segments. The first segment is an interview with Ron Herndon, co-chairman of the Black United Front, about the desegregation efforts being made in Portland public schools. The second segment is an interview with independent filmmaker Charles Burnett about his latest production, Killer of Sheep, and how growing up in Watts influenced his work. This episode contains the following segments. The first segment is a profile on Kwame Ture, formerly known as Stokely Carmichael, about his involvement in the All African Peoples' Revolutionary Party and its Pan-African philosophy. The second segment is an interview with reggae musician Bob Marley about his latest album, supplemented by additional commentary from Roots Rock Reggae producer Pablo Innes.