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 of staff photographers and editors, brought to bare the hard truths of the disaster. Their bold approach ultimately won the paper a Pulitzer.
Photographer Chester Higgins discusses his coverage of a burgeoning ACT UP movement in late 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.
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.