Feeling her life is "going nowhere," 16 year-old Angie stomps out of the guidance counselor's office and into the library where she meets a strange man who sweeps the teen to an 1872 courtroom where Susan B. Anthony is the defendant. Although Angie initially resists the time-travel excursion, the rebellious teen quickly becomes immersed in Anthony's ongoing struggle to gain voting rights for women. The lively courtroom dramatization, with its gruff judge, guilty verdict, and Anthony's plea for a jail sentence so she can start the appeal process, is well executed. That Anthony never gave up her fight for women's suffrage and died before approval of the Nineteenth Amendment, which bears her name, is stirringly re-created in this clever, well-acted period drama, which not only profiles Anthony's life, but also urges viewers to "leave this world for a better place." While still in character, Anthony presents a quiz (including essay questions) about her life and struggles to conclude this sterling program. In the same vein as Quest for Freedom about Harriet Tubman this video uniquely intertwines history and contemporary issues to make historically remote figures meaningful to today's teens.