Eddie Adams, winner of the 1969 Pulitzer Prize and recipient of more than 500 international national and local awards is one of the most decorated and published photographers in America today. Adams's photographs have been seen on the covers and front pages of international magazines including Time, Newsweek, New York Times, Stern, Paris Match, Parade, Vanity Fair, Life, and the London Sunday Times. Adams currently resides in New York City with his wife, Alyssa, and son, August.
Kerry Kennedy Cuomo is the mother of three girls, Cara, Mariah, and Michaela. She started working in human rights in 1981; since then, her life has been devoted to the establishment of equal justice. She has led more than forty human rights delegations to more than thirty countries. Kennedy Cuomo established the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights in 1987 to ensure the protection of rights codified under the UN Declaration of Human Rights. She has worked on diverse issues such as child labor, disappearances, indigenous land rights, judicial independence, freedom of expression, ethnic violence, the environment, and women's rights. Ms. Kennedy Cuomo serves as Chair of the Amnesty International Leadership Council and serves on boards or advisory committees for the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, the Bloody Sunday Trust, the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial, the Gleitsman Foundation, the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, the Committee on the Administration of Justice (Northern Ireland), and the International Campaign for Tibet, among others. She is a member of the Massachusetts and District of Columbia bars