Okko moves to the countryside with her grandmother who runs a traditional Japanese inn. While she prepares to be the next owner of the inn, Okko can somehow see friendly ghosts.
Based on a true story, Ann Atwater, a fearless and outspoken civil rights activist, and C.P. Ellis, a local KKK leader, blaze the way for school desegregation in Durham, North Carolina, in 1971.
On the coldest night of the year, a Cincinnati librarian is caught between a group of homeless patrons staging a sit-in and a face-off with the local police and media.