This gripping, award winning film, developed by Nationwide in conjunction with the National Fair Housing Alliance, and produced by Animal, tells the story of seven days that changed America. From the horrible assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King on April 4, 1968 to the passage of the Fair Housing Act on April 11, 1968, America's cities were in turmoil - its people looking for some sign of hope. President Johnson compelled Congress to move hastily to pass sweeping civil rights legislation in an effort to demonstrate to the American people that Dr. King's dream would live on. The Fair Housing Act, drafted by then Senators Ed Brooke and Walter Mondale, would become a cornerstone of the Civil Rights Act. In 1968, the Kerner's Commission wrote that America was "moving toward two societies, one Black, one White - separate and unequal". This film tells the story of how brave Americans pushed to establish a law to change that dynamic.