Alison Flowers and Bill Healy
Executive Producer, Invisible Institute
Executive Producers, Topic Studios
Maria Zuckerman, Christy Gressman and Leital Molad with special thanks to Lizzie Jacobs
Supervising Producer, The Intercept
Dwayne Lutchna, Jordan Achilli, Johnny Lyon, Greg Boone
Carl Scott and Bart Warshaw
“Everybody’s Something” by Chance the Rapper
Sam Stecklow, Annie Nguyen, Kahari Blackburn, Rajiv Sinclair, Henri Adams, Matilda Vojak, Dana Brozost-Kelleher, Frances McDonald, Diana Akmakjian, Andrew Fan, Erisa Apantaku and Maddie Anderson
Benny Hernandez-Ocampo and Emma Perez
Eric Butler and Nate Fox of the Social Experiment
Special thanks to Chaclyn Hunt, Maira Khwaja, Andrew Fan, Anwuli Anigbo, Trina Reynolds-Tyler, Sukari Stone, Erisa Apantaku, Craig Futterman, Rick Rowley, Yanilda Gonzalez, Forrest Stuart, Mariah Garcia, Sarah Kinter, Shannon Heffernan, Aaron Moselle, Alan Mills, Vidura Jong-Bahadur, Jason Schumer, Keisa Reynolds, Priyanka Farrell, Lucy Papachristou, Justin Williams, the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation Media Center, Matt Topic, Chris Rasmussen, Bennett Epstein, David Bralow and Julie Wolf. Elizabeth Van Brocklin’s original story, “Scoop and Run: Where Cops Cars Double as Ambulances” first appeared in The Trace.
Theme song “Everybody’s Something” by Chancelor J. Bennett and DJ Ozone with compositions by Roger Karsher, Chuck Magione and James Yancey of Universal Music Publishing Group and Slum Village (R.L. Altman III, Titus Glover/Baatin, J Dilla); recording artist/performance by Chance the Rapper, appearing courtesy of himself and Chance the Rapper LLC.