Photographer Gordon Parks was one of the first African Americans to show white America what discrimination looked like to people of color. But his story begins in poverty and obscurity, in Fort Scott, Kansas. A window into his life, his beliefs and his work, based on conversations with those who knew him.
- Robin Hickman, great niece of Gordon Parks
- John Edwin Mason, associate professor and department chair, The University of Virginia Department of History, consultant, Visual Justice: The Gordon Parks Photography Collection at Wichita State University
- Dorothy Curry, Gordon Parks Elementary School