This Little Girl's Disease Is Treatable. It's Just Too Bad She Lives In America.

In a perfect world, Nia (the star of this clip) wouldn't have to go to the emergency room for this. But when you don't have insurance, you don't have much of a choice.

At 1:01, we learn a really jarring statistic about African-Americans' health. After that, Nia's dad breaks down the reasons why Americans are having these issues and points out what seems to be the obvious solution.

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In 1961, This Was Something 'Nice' People Didn't Talk About

In 1961, Shirley MacLaine and Audrey Hepburn starred in "The Children's Hour." While censorship guidelines at the time of filming didn't outright prohibit the mention of homosexuality, it was widely known the topic was not something that was acceptable to discuss on the big screen.At 2:20, you'll see the pain that came with Shirley MacLaine's character's struggle. It was one of the first movies to broach this topic, so you might be very surprised to hear what she says at 2:50. Susie Bright's insight at the end painfully illustrates the things our society still needs to work on.