River of Time Troop 1 takes the American flag to a fire pit during a retirement ceremony at the 2016 River of Time Festival Saturday Sept. 24, 2016, at Veterans Memorial Park in Bay City, MI. River of Time celebrates various moments in American history for one weekend.
Isaiah Camacho, 6, holds a message for Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon saying "I Love My Mom!!" as he's held in his mother, Melissa Johnson-Camacho, arms during a protest against Rendon's decision to postpone a bill for universal healthcare at the State Capitol on Wednesday June 28, 2017, at the State Capitol in Sacramento, Calif. Johnson-Camacho, a nurse at UC Davis Medical Center, was there to advocate for her family and patients.
Tanya Bean-Garrett looks out of her living room window, in Sacramento, Calif. Bean-Garrett's son, Deston "Nutter" Garrett, was allegedly shot during a dispute with a family member inside their home. Garrett was four days away from graduating high school. Bean-Garrett has founded 21 reasons, a nonprofit working to provide youth events and high school scholarships in Sacramento. "I wanted to find something that would provide a sense of comfort to my family," said Bean-Garrett.
Dena Pawlicki cuts irrigation tubing to make hula hoops at her shop, Retro Attics, in Bay City, MI . Pawlicki began making handmade hula hoops after borrowing them to dance with at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. “I make it just for people to enjoy,” said Pawlicki.
Deborah Walters unbraids her horse, Splash, hair before demonstrating part of their routine the day before the opening of the California State Fair on Thursday July 13, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. Splash resembles Rainy from the Disney movie "Spirit" and will participate in the tribute to Hollywood horses.
Former Benedict College student Felicia Trower sits in her living room at her home in Columbia, SC. Trower participated in the sit-ins and marches during the 1960’s.
Westin O'Heran, 6, walks to a horse trailer before the start of the Flying Star Rodeo Friday Aug. 12, 2016, at the Bay County Fair and Youth Exposition in Bay City, MI.
A volunteer puts on their Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer costume for the 2016 Saginaw Christmas Parade Saturday Nov. 19, 2016, in downtown Saginaw, MI.
Tami Morris stands with her dog, Casmir's Candyman, a 3 1/2 year old English Springer Spaniel, as they wait to compete in the Saginaw Valley Club Dog Show Saturday April 9, 2016, at the Birch Run Expo Center in Birch Run, MI.
Blue Ribbon Taxi manager Steve English sits in his cab after picking up a fare on February 13, 2018, in Columbia, SC. English has been with the company for 42 years after his father suggested he drive for the company. Blue Ribbon was one of the few sources of transportation for African Americans during the Jim Crow era.
A crowd gathers along the Fireflies Trail inside Congaree National Park to watch synchronous fireflies Sunday May 20, 2018, in Columbia, SC. The rare phenomenon of synchronization lasts between two to three weeks during the year.
Nicole Tomaszewski, left, Karly and Mikayla Prankienas put on their caps and gowns for their graduation ceremony Sunday June 12, 2016, at St. Stanislaus Parish Church in Bay City, MI.
The MyNorities rap collective gather for a portrait in Sacramento, Calif. The group came together to help each other pursue music.
John Glenn High School students take the elevator to the 2nd floor for their prom at Saginaw Valley State University Saturday April 30, 2016, in Saginaw, MI.
Debra Russell stands in her law office Thursday May 31, 2018, in Lexington, SC. Russell worked as a prosecutor for 5th Circuit Solicitor Dan Johnson from June 2011 to October 2012. Russell says Johnson made her feel uncomfortable by sending her repeated text messages of a personal nature.
Teenagers play basketball during the Nightlife Turned Right event at the Robertson Community Center on Thursday August 3, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. The three day weekly event offers families and children a safe space to play and take various classes during the summer.
Olufemi Olulenu looks down the street from after talking to a friend driving by in the Martin Luther King neighborhood in Columbia, SC. Olulenu bought his house in 1995 for $11,000 dollars. The traditionally black neighborhood has seen an influx of University of South Carolina students moving into the neighborhood.
Tyler Kijac bows his head in prayer before the start of the Flying Star Rodeo Friday Aug. 12, 2016, at the Bay County Fair and Youth Exposition in Bay City, MI.