Episode Info

An examination of the new American mainstream is accented by statistical information in this series, which begins with a look at one of America's most diverse square miles: Clarkston, Ga. In 30 years, it has gone from being 90 percent white to 82 percent non-white, and become the home to people from more than 40 countries, due in large part to its having been designated a refugee resettlement site during the 1980s.