Keith Beauchamp heads out on a cross-country road trip to investigate Sundown Towns; All-white towns where African-Americans were not allowed to set foot in after dark. Keith is determined to reveal that such towns still exist today.
Sundown Towns:What are Sundown Towns?
Keith and his team travel to the state of Indiana where they go undercover to investigate the case Carol Jenkins, a young, African American woman who found herself in a Sundown Town after dark and it would cost her her life.
Sundown Towns:The Martinsville Experiment
Keith travels through Tennessee looking for the infamous Black Mule sign.
Sundown Towns:Tennessee & The Black Mule
Keith and the crew talk about shooting Sundown Towns and how the experience has effected them.
Sundown Towns:Life on the Road
Keith talks about his feelings after interviewing the Jenkins family.
Sundown Towns:Rushville, IN & The Jenkins Family Reactions
Al Roker, executive producer for 'Injustice Files: Sundown Towns' talks about what you can expect from the upcoming special.
Sundown Towns:Al Roker on Sundown Towns
Keith Beauchamp speaks with Anita McNeil about her husband John's convictiion. See the story unfold in the premiere of Investigation Discovery's "Injustice Files: Hood of Suspicion".
The John McNeil Case
Accused of a car theft, a young man is shot in his garage, in what is believed as an act of self-defense by the shooting officer.
Cop Shoots Man in Driveway
Keith Beauchamp speaks with Dr. Poussaint who discusses the affects of racial profiling on African-Americans.
Hood of Suspicion Xtras: The Impacts of Racial Profiling
Like many others, William Lewis Moore believed in equal rights for African Americans. For those that survived, there were many dangers to Civil Rights activism in the deep South during the 1960s.
The Dangers Of Southern Activism
Critically acclaimed documentary Filmmaker and Director of "The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till, Keith Beauchamp shares what's to come on the all-new series, "The Injustice Files".