A Documentary Film About Lynching in the American South
Rev. Dr. Andre Johnson is a member of the Lynching Sites Project of Memphis, helping to memorialize lynchings in Shelby County. He is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Memphis and Senior Pastor at Gifts of Life Ministries.
Rev. Hattie Lawson is a minister, community activist, and retired fifth-grade teacher. She is the coordinator of the Moore's Ford Movement, a coalition of citizens dedicated to investigating and memorializing the lynchings of two African American couples in Monroe, Georgia in July 1946.
Kimberly Wilson is the great-great-niece of journalist John B. Mitchell, Jr., editor of the black newspaper The Richmond Planet and one of the great anti-lynching advocates in American history. Ms. Wilson is Deputy Director for Human Resources, Volunteers, and Community Service at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.