‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’ Director Dawn Porter on How She Found Her Way to the Director’s Chair

Before Dawn Porter became known as the visionary behind the documentaries “John Lewis: Good Trouble” and White House photographer Pete Souza’s story “The Way I See It,” Porter was employed as a lawyer. The filmmaker breaks down what caused her to change careers and why she knew it was important to occupy this space in the industry as a Black woman.

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