All I can say is wow. Talk about a documentary that makes it seems like the world revolves around the USA and that unless an event had a direct impact on the future development of the USA then it was not worth mentioning.
The climax of this narrow view of world history is the discussion on the African Americans right to vote in 1965. It is portrayed as a new idea for the entire world. Within the history of Canada Africans the right to vote in elections in March 24, 1837; 125+ years before the USA.
Along with the limited view of humanities accomplishments, what made their so called experts, experts. Just because someone is an editor of a US magazine does not make them an expert.
This documentary had the opportunity, but feeds to the belief that the world revolves to the US. Instead of titling this documentary the story of all of us, it should have been called the story of all of the USa...