A President Joe Biden supporter celebrate at Black Lives Matter Plaza during the 59th Presidential Inauguration, Jan. 20, 2021.
Demonstrators get ready for tear gas and rubber bullets fired by the riot police in Hong Kong during a protest against the extradition to China bill on July 28, 2019.
A shadow of my grandmother during her Chemotherapy for Blood Cancer at MaKai Hospital in Taipei in June, 2015.
Savannah Davis, 9, uses a blanket to divide her bunk bed from his brother's to create a space to play video games.
Grandma Ang, 82, has been self-isolating herself since the COVID-19 pandemic due to her chronic disease. Grandma Ang spends most of her day in front of the TV watching the FOX News on Oct. 8, 2020.
A house on W. Marquette Rd. in West Lawn broadcasts the 2020 Presidential Elector, Former Vice President , Joe Biden, as he wins Illinois over Trump on Nov. 4, 2020.
Adalberto Ortega, 4, crawls on the floor while his sister, Fatima Ortega, 19, and their mother vote in the Illinois primary at Lawn Lane Bowl in the 13th Ward on March 17, 2020.
Charlie Jenkins, seen here during a recent visit to Tampa's Lykes Gaslight Park, asks why it takes such dehumanizing images to move the needle on racial justice.
Edward Goldberg, 60, of New Port Richey, comes to Bay Pines National Cemetery for his late brother, Daniel Goldberg (1953-2016), CPL U.S. Marine Corps, on Monday, May 31, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
Physicians with Premium Medical Group Hawaii move around their body to dry of the 75% alcohol after a coronavirus drive-thru testing at KoKo District Park in Honolulu in May, 2020
A demonstrator runs away after setting up fire in between the barricades during a protest against the extradition to China bill on July 28, 2019.
Passengers wear raincoats and personal protective equipment, PPE, while traveling from the United States to Taiwan amid the COVID-19 pandemic on Jun. 9, 2020.
Brianna Smith holds her son Kamira’s hand as he swings at Paul Sanders Park on Wednesday, May 19, 2021 in Brandon. Her sons Kaden, 3, and Kayson, 9, play beside them. “I’m stressed being a Black mother raising Black sons," Smith says.
Robert Palmisano poses for a portrait at Crystal Beach Park where his friends' memorial trees at and where he meets his kids whom are currently at foster care, Thursday, June 10, 2021 in Palm Harbor.
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