Full episode 120: Be Careful Who You Pretend to Be Act Three What's So Funny About Peace, Love And Understanding? Share a clip ByAlix Spiegel Alix Spiegel travels with a group of white suburbanites as they pretend to be runaway slaves, at the Conner Prairie Living History Museum. Her goal: to find out what it is that people actually get out of this elaborate game of pretend. (24 minutes) More in HistoryView all 644: Random Acts of History Apr. 27, 2018 Act One: The Miseducation of Castlemont High A bunch of high school students gets taken to see a movie that’s supposed to teach them about history. 627: Suitable for Children Oct. 6, 2017 Act Four: Rocket Boy Paul Zimmer is eighty-three years old now, and he’s still haunted by something he saw in his teens. 627: Suitable for Children Oct. 6, 2017 Act Two: History is Not a Toy There’s a museum in Baltimore that was created to memorialize the black experience in America. More by Alix SpiegelView all 544: Batman Jan. 9, 2015 Act Two: The Dark Knight Rises Daniel Kish says that through clicking, he forms mental pictures. 544: Batman Jan. 9, 2015 Act One: Batman Begins Lulu tells the story of Daniel Kish, who’s blind, but can navigate the world by clicking with his tongue. 445: Ten Years In Sept. 9, 2011 Act Five: Bad Teacher Alix Spiegel revisits a story she reported in 2006 - which caused more listeners to email us than any other story we've broadcast.