Doree just linked to this great slideshow from the Civil Rights Movement, which reminds me of something I always think when I see old photos and especially video clips from back then: I'd love to see a documentary that goes back and finds the racist white people and interviews them now. I'm always wondering "Whose mom or dad or grandparent is that? And what do they say about it now?" It would be fascinating to find that the most visible and familiar anti-civil rights activists have changed their minds and are mortified by their place in history. It also might be a good lesson for current battles over basic human rights like gay marriage and abortion. (Though, like a This American Life story arc, the documentarians might find people as stubbornly bigoted as always, though who could watch themselves spewing such hate and feel proud of it?) If this documentary already exists, I want to see it.