"THEY'RE NOT LIKE US: PRIVILEGE IN AMERICA"
A Special Edition of "20/20," Wednesday, September 10 on ABC
From celebrities to diplomats to the beautiful, "20/20" takes a special look at privilege -- who has it, how do they use it and how does it affect you? "They're Not Like Us: Privilege in America" airs on "20/20," WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. Using experts in various fields and interviews with the rich and famous, as well as hidden cameras and celebrity look-alikes, "20/20" correspondents report on:
� Race and Privilege � Slavery ended hundreds of years ago, and we have the Civil Rights laws. So is there still such a thing as white privilege? What will "20/20's" hidden cameras show? John Stossel reports (updated report).
� Perks of Privilege � Being privileged means never having to do your own chores � and also being able to throw outrageous parties. Chris Connelly reports (updated report).
� Diplomatic Immunity � Thousands of foreign diplomats live in the United States representing their countries. It is a job that comes with lots of parties, perks and free passes... including immunity from prosecution if they break American laws. Is that right? Jim Avila with a dark side of diplomacy.
� Celebrity and Privilege � To be famous in America is to have an all-access pass to the best that life has to offer. For a first-hand look at that kind of life, "20/20" hired a Paris Hilton look-alike to see how she would be treated in everyday situations. JuJu Chang reports on the perks and privileges of celebrity (updated report).
� Beauty and Privilege � All of us like to look at beautiful people, but does beauty really bring you privilege or, as some people say, is beauty a curse? John Stossel reports on whether beautiful people have it easier in life, as well as the extremes some people go to enhance their looks (updated report).
"20/20" is anchored by Elizabeth Vargas and John Stossel. David Sloan is the executive producer.