Episode 1 - Alysia Burton Steele
Alysia Burton Steele was a new photo editor at the Dallas Morning News when Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans. She, along with a masterful team, brought to bare the hard truths of the disaster. Their bold approach won the paper a Pulitzer.
Episode 2 - Pete Souza
Pete Souza, Barack Obama’s Presidential photographer, discusses the influences and inspirations in his work.
Episode 3 - Regina H. Boone
Regina H. Boone is the daughter of African American journalism icon, Raymond H. Boone. When she covered the Flint Water Crisis, her intimate photograph of a young boy struck a national chord, and continued a legacy.
Episode 4 - Stanley Forman
Stanley Forman describes his coverage of the most violent anti-busing protests in America that yielded his Pulitzer prize winning photograph, The Soiling of Old Glory.
Episode 5 - Chester Higgins
Photographer Chester Higgins discusses his coverage of a burgeoning ACT UP movement in 80s New York City. He connects his personal history with resistance to making imagery that highlights the humanity of those engaged in fights against oppression.