Transcript for What Caitlyn Jenner hopes for in the future: Part 6
??? Yeah, the room's kind of a mess. Reporter: A sprawling closet filled with clothes. This is the one I wore to the Oscar night. Reporter: Some of them sent by the Kardashians. Kim gave me that one. Reporter: Others are just sentimental from the days when Caitlyn could only be herself in secret. I have a terrible tendency to hold onto things and it's like, "I can't get rid of it," because it represents something in my past. Reporter: Look at the sunglasses alone. These are actually, like, very old. I think actually I stole these from Kris a long time ago. Reporter: As we walk into the hall, there's a table with a lifetime of awards. And she says she wants to concentrate now on raising money for transgender issues, her foundation and asking corporations to help more with crushing discrimination. The unemployment rate. Yeah, it just, you know, it's staggering. Especially for trans women of color. Reporter: Do you think in your lifetime, my lifetime, that we'll see full acceptance? No. I don't think we'll ever see full acceptance. Is it going to get better? I hope so. And I hope that I'm part of that. I want to fight this fight. I'm playing in the fourth quarter of life. You know? And I don't have that many years left. Reporter: A sense of urgency. It's in the book. She writes, don't wait until it's too late to be the person you really are with the people you really love. The dedication is to her brother who died right after the olympics and her father, her hero, a decorated soldier who landed on Omaha beach. And the reason I dedicated it to them, 'cause they're the only two in my family who's never heard this story. Reporter: You're not worried. It would've broken his heart for his son -- My dad was a good person. A kind soul. I think the initial shock would've been really difficult on him. Like, "Huh?" He'd go, "What? You, what are you?" But, you know -- and I'm sure he's looking down on me, watching all of this. You know, he's actually buried in Arlington, Washington, D.C., national cemetery. So, yeah, he's there with all his army buddies looking down and saying, "Go, Caitlyn." And in the end, maybe it's
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