Sarah Eldin, 19, poses for a portrait at the University of Southern Florida in Tampa, Fla., Monday, January 30, 2017. "Everyday we're a symbol of what's at hand right now," she said. Concerned students gathered for a protest against an executive order Donald Trump signed calling for a travel ban against several Muslim-majority countries, North Korea and Venezuela.

Sarah Eldin, 19, poses for a portrait at the University of Southern Florida in Tampa, Fla., Monday, January 30, 2017. "Everyday we're a symbol of what's at hand right now," she said. Concerned students gathered for a protest against an executive order Donald Trump signed calling for a travel ban against several Muslim-majority countries, North Korea and Venezuela.

 The Naglieri family and their friends of Northern Virginia flip off the Trump International Hotel down Pennsylvania Ave. during the Women's March on Washington in Washington D.C., Saturday, January 21, 2017. "He's made it permissible to be vile, so we're being vile," said Jack Naglieri. "I don't normally stand on the street flipping people off but if he wants to make it vile, we'll make it vile," said Maryann Ramsey.

The Naglieri family and their friends of Northern Virginia flip off the Trump International Hotel down Pennsylvania Ave. during the Women's March on Washington in Washington D.C., Saturday, January 21, 2017. "He's made it permissible to be vile, so we're being vile," said Jack Naglieri. "I don't normally stand on the street flipping people off but if he wants to make it vile, we'll make it vile," said Maryann Ramsey.

 Matthew Cooper of Toledo, OH. watches the 58th Presidential Inauguration for President Elect Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C., Friday, January 20, 2017. Cooper said "I'm ecstatic. I'm about to start crying here in a minute. I haven't cried since my grandpa died. This is our moment here." He has been collecting Trump buttons since he went to his first Trump rally in Ohio.

Matthew Cooper of Toledo, OH. watches the 58th Presidential Inauguration for President Elect Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C., Friday, January 20, 2017. Cooper said "I'm ecstatic. I'm about to start crying here in a minute. I haven't cried since my grandpa died. This is our moment here." He has been collecting Trump buttons since he went to his first Trump rally in Ohio.

 Bystanders watch as protestors march near downtown Washington D.C. following President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017.

Bystanders watch as protestors march near downtown Washington D.C. following President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017.

 A protestor reacts as a friend  rinses his eyes. Riot officers used pepper spray on protestors on 11th Street and M Street in downtown Washington D.C. following President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017

A protestor reacts as a friend  rinses his eyes. Riot officers used pepper spray on protestors on 11th Street and M Street in downtown Washington D.C. following President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017

 A young boxer takes to the ring during Gym Wars talent sparring at the Straight Right Boxing Gym, Saturday, October 22, 2018. Coach Kevin Lightburn started Gym Wars talent sparring seeing that not every kid wanted to or could play football or basketball but needed something to lift them up in a positive way.

A young boxer takes to the ring during Gym Wars talent sparring at the Straight Right Boxing Gym, Saturday, October 22, 2018. Coach Kevin Lightburn started Gym Wars talent sparring seeing that not every kid wanted to or could play football or basketball but needed something to lift them up in a positive way.

 Sadiki Bertin (second to left) spends part of Mother’s Day with his wife, Cecilia Kashindi Charlotte, 30 and children, Desire, 11, Mary, 6 and niece, Geannete Echa, 17, (from left) at a neighbor’s home in Tampa, Fla. Their direction is focused on the TV, watching Youtube videos of a Congolese gathering in Buffalo, NY where many of their friends resettled.

Sadiki Bertin (second to left) spends part of Mother’s Day with his wife, Cecilia Kashindi Charlotte, 30 and children, Desire, 11, Mary, 6 and niece, Geannete Echa, 17, (from left) at a neighbor’s home in Tampa, Fla. Their direction is focused on the TV, watching Youtube videos of a Congolese gathering in Buffalo, NY where many of their friends resettled.

 Fans enjoy a performance by Usher at the Playoff Playlist Live event at the Curtis Hixon Park in Tampa, Fla., Sunday, January 8, 2017. Part of the lead up to the national football championship game, this free outdoor concert series featured a variety of national recording artists who performed in the waterfront park.

Fans enjoy a performance by Usher at the Playoff Playlist Live event at the Curtis Hixon Park in Tampa, Fla., Sunday, January 8, 2017. Part of the lead up to the national football championship game, this free outdoor concert series featured a variety of national recording artists who performed in the waterfront park.

 Benton County public defender Kevin Lammers poses for a portrait in his office in Bentonville, Ark. Lammers represents a number of Marshallese women who have been charged with adoption fraud - agreeing to place their child with more than one family and taking money from both, or not intending to place their child at all. Kevin believes the women are being misled, but unfortunately he knows that the optics aren't good and so usually has the women take a plea deal - which means they get some jail time and pay back thousands of dollars they took as living expenses during their pregnancies.

Benton County public defender Kevin Lammers poses for a portrait in his office in Bentonville, Ark. Lammers represents a number of Marshallese women who have been charged with adoption fraud - agreeing to place their child with more than one family and taking money from both, or not intending to place their child at all. Kevin believes the women are being misled, but unfortunately he knows that the optics aren't good and so usually has the women take a plea deal - which means they get some jail time and pay back thousands of dollars they took as living expenses during their pregnancies.

 Meditation Master Daeryun poses for a portrait at the Korean Buddhist Culture Center on Oxford Avenue and 3rd Street. He has taught meditation for 35 years and leads services at the center every Sunday as well as private services with individuals wanting meditation guidance.

Meditation Master Daeryun poses for a portrait at the Korean Buddhist Culture Center on Oxford Avenue and 3rd Street. He has taught meditation for 35 years and leads services at the center every Sunday as well as private services with individuals wanting meditation guidance.

 A storefront window reflects Korean language banners near 1st Street and Western Avenue in Koreatown, Los Angeles, Calif. By the late 70s Koreans were operating the majority of local businesses within the boundaries of 8th Street and Hoover Street, from the North and South, and Western and Vermont, from the West and East. By the 1980s Korean immigration was at its highest, with 15,011 living in Koreatown

A storefront window reflects Korean language banners near 1st Street and Western Avenue in Koreatown, Los Angeles, Calif. By the late 70s Koreans were operating the majority of local businesses within the boundaries of 8th Street and Hoover Street, from the North and South, and Western and Vermont, from the West and East. By the 1980s Korean immigration was at its highest, with 15,011 living in Koreatown

 A bystander walks along the corner of Mariposa Street and Beverly Boulevard in Koreatown. The street shows a variety of Salvadorian owned businesses that cater to the Spanish speaking community including remittance services, a mobile store that provides pre-paid phone cards and an El Salvadorian market. The 1980s marked Koreatown’s dramatic transformation to becoming a multicultural space. During this period, a large influx of Central Americans, Mexican Americans and Bengali Americans began to move in to the area.

A bystander walks along the corner of Mariposa Street and Beverly Boulevard in Koreatown. The street shows a variety of Salvadorian owned businesses that cater to the Spanish speaking community including remittance services, a mobile store that provides pre-paid phone cards and an El Salvadorian market. The 1980s marked Koreatown’s dramatic transformation to becoming a multicultural space. During this period, a large influx of Central Americans, Mexican Americans and Bengali Americans began to move in to the area.

 The mascot for Mr. Kiss the Bride passes attendees during the Kiss the Brides Expo Northwest Arkansas at the Springdale Holiday Inn Convention Center in Springdale, Ark., Sunday, January 28, 2018.

The mascot for Mr. Kiss the Bride passes attendees during the Kiss the Brides Expo Northwest Arkansas at the Springdale Holiday Inn Convention Center in Springdale, Ark., Sunday, January 28, 2018.

 Dawn Narramore of Tampa adjusts the mast of the Mad Cow 2 as the sun sets over Long Boat Key, north of Sarasota, Friday, May 26, 2017. Narramore is originally from Wichita, Kansas and did not sail before she moved to Tampa about 20 years ago. She is now part of a seven person crew that sailed a 24-hour, 100-mile competition from Egmont Key to Fort Meyers.

Dawn Narramore of Tampa adjusts the mast of the Mad Cow 2 as the sun sets over Long Boat Key, north of Sarasota, Friday, May 26, 2017. Narramore is originally from Wichita, Kansas and did not sail before she moved to Tampa about 20 years ago. She is now part of a seven person crew that sailed a 24-hour, 100-mile competition from Egmont Key to Fort Meyers.

 A DC10 airplane drops slurry over the fire on the hills past State Route 89 in Yarnell, AZ on June 9, 2016

A DC10 airplane drops slurry over the fire on the hills past State Route 89 in Yarnell, AZ on June 9, 2016

 A frog with a heart-shaped rib cage, shot through glass, May 19, 2017

A frog with a heart-shaped rib cage, shot through glass, May 19, 2017

 Sarah Eldin, 19, poses for a portrait at the University of Southern Florida in Tampa, Fla., Monday, January 30, 2017. "Everyday we're a symbol of what's at hand right now," she said. Concerned students gathered for a protest against an executive order Donald Trump signed calling for a travel ban against several Muslim-majority countries, North Korea and Venezuela.
 The Naglieri family and their friends of Northern Virginia flip off the Trump International Hotel down Pennsylvania Ave. during the Women's March on Washington in Washington D.C., Saturday, January 21, 2017. "He's made it permissible to be vile, so we're being vile," said Jack Naglieri. "I don't normally stand on the street flipping people off but if he wants to make it vile, we'll make it vile," said Maryann Ramsey.
 Matthew Cooper of Toledo, OH. watches the 58th Presidential Inauguration for President Elect Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C., Friday, January 20, 2017. Cooper said "I'm ecstatic. I'm about to start crying here in a minute. I haven't cried since my grandpa died. This is our moment here." He has been collecting Trump buttons since he went to his first Trump rally in Ohio.
 Bystanders watch as protestors march near downtown Washington D.C. following President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017.
 A protestor reacts as a friend  rinses his eyes. Riot officers used pepper spray on protestors on 11th Street and M Street in downtown Washington D.C. following President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017
 A young boxer takes to the ring during Gym Wars talent sparring at the Straight Right Boxing Gym, Saturday, October 22, 2018. Coach Kevin Lightburn started Gym Wars talent sparring seeing that not every kid wanted to or could play football or basketball but needed something to lift them up in a positive way.
 Sadiki Bertin (second to left) spends part of Mother’s Day with his wife, Cecilia Kashindi Charlotte, 30 and children, Desire, 11, Mary, 6 and niece, Geannete Echa, 17, (from left) at a neighbor’s home in Tampa, Fla. Their direction is focused on the TV, watching Youtube videos of a Congolese gathering in Buffalo, NY where many of their friends resettled.
 Fans enjoy a performance by Usher at the Playoff Playlist Live event at the Curtis Hixon Park in Tampa, Fla., Sunday, January 8, 2017. Part of the lead up to the national football championship game, this free outdoor concert series featured a variety of national recording artists who performed in the waterfront park.
 Benton County public defender Kevin Lammers poses for a portrait in his office in Bentonville, Ark. Lammers represents a number of Marshallese women who have been charged with adoption fraud - agreeing to place their child with more than one family and taking money from both, or not intending to place their child at all. Kevin believes the women are being misled, but unfortunately he knows that the optics aren't good and so usually has the women take a plea deal - which means they get some jail time and pay back thousands of dollars they took as living expenses during their pregnancies.
 Meditation Master Daeryun poses for a portrait at the Korean Buddhist Culture Center on Oxford Avenue and 3rd Street. He has taught meditation for 35 years and leads services at the center every Sunday as well as private services with individuals wanting meditation guidance.
 A storefront window reflects Korean language banners near 1st Street and Western Avenue in Koreatown, Los Angeles, Calif. By the late 70s Koreans were operating the majority of local businesses within the boundaries of 8th Street and Hoover Street, from the North and South, and Western and Vermont, from the West and East. By the 1980s Korean immigration was at its highest, with 15,011 living in Koreatown
 A bystander walks along the corner of Mariposa Street and Beverly Boulevard in Koreatown. The street shows a variety of Salvadorian owned businesses that cater to the Spanish speaking community including remittance services, a mobile store that provides pre-paid phone cards and an El Salvadorian market. The 1980s marked Koreatown’s dramatic transformation to becoming a multicultural space. During this period, a large influx of Central Americans, Mexican Americans and Bengali Americans began to move in to the area.
 The mascot for Mr. Kiss the Bride passes attendees during the Kiss the Brides Expo Northwest Arkansas at the Springdale Holiday Inn Convention Center in Springdale, Ark., Sunday, January 28, 2018.
 Dawn Narramore of Tampa adjusts the mast of the Mad Cow 2 as the sun sets over Long Boat Key, north of Sarasota, Friday, May 26, 2017. Narramore is originally from Wichita, Kansas and did not sail before she moved to Tampa about 20 years ago. She is now part of a seven person crew that sailed a 24-hour, 100-mile competition from Egmont Key to Fort Meyers.
 A DC10 airplane drops slurry over the fire on the hills past State Route 89 in Yarnell, AZ on June 9, 2016
 A frog with a heart-shaped rib cage, shot through glass, May 19, 2017

Sarah Eldin, 19, poses for a portrait at the University of Southern Florida in Tampa, Fla., Monday, January 30, 2017. "Everyday we're a symbol of what's at hand right now," she said. Concerned students gathered for a protest against an executive order Donald Trump signed calling for a travel ban against several Muslim-majority countries, North Korea and Venezuela.

The Naglieri family and their friends of Northern Virginia flip off the Trump International Hotel down Pennsylvania Ave. during the Women's March on Washington in Washington D.C., Saturday, January 21, 2017. "He's made it permissible to be vile, so we're being vile," said Jack Naglieri. "I don't normally stand on the street flipping people off but if he wants to make it vile, we'll make it vile," said Maryann Ramsey.

Matthew Cooper of Toledo, OH. watches the 58th Presidential Inauguration for President Elect Donald Trump at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C., Friday, January 20, 2017. Cooper said "I'm ecstatic. I'm about to start crying here in a minute. I haven't cried since my grandpa died. This is our moment here." He has been collecting Trump buttons since he went to his first Trump rally in Ohio.

Bystanders watch as protestors march near downtown Washington D.C. following President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017.

A protestor reacts as a friend  rinses his eyes. Riot officers used pepper spray on protestors on 11th Street and M Street in downtown Washington D.C. following President Donald Trump's inauguration on January 20, 2017

A young boxer takes to the ring during Gym Wars talent sparring at the Straight Right Boxing Gym, Saturday, October 22, 2018. Coach Kevin Lightburn started Gym Wars talent sparring seeing that not every kid wanted to or could play football or basketball but needed something to lift them up in a positive way.

Sadiki Bertin (second to left) spends part of Mother’s Day with his wife, Cecilia Kashindi Charlotte, 30 and children, Desire, 11, Mary, 6 and niece, Geannete Echa, 17, (from left) at a neighbor’s home in Tampa, Fla. Their direction is focused on the TV, watching Youtube videos of a Congolese gathering in Buffalo, NY where many of their friends resettled.

Fans enjoy a performance by Usher at the Playoff Playlist Live event at the Curtis Hixon Park in Tampa, Fla., Sunday, January 8, 2017. Part of the lead up to the national football championship game, this free outdoor concert series featured a variety of national recording artists who performed in the waterfront park.

Benton County public defender Kevin Lammers poses for a portrait in his office in Bentonville, Ark. Lammers represents a number of Marshallese women who have been charged with adoption fraud - agreeing to place their child with more than one family and taking money from both, or not intending to place their child at all. Kevin believes the women are being misled, but unfortunately he knows that the optics aren't good and so usually has the women take a plea deal - which means they get some jail time and pay back thousands of dollars they took as living expenses during their pregnancies.

Meditation Master Daeryun poses for a portrait at the Korean Buddhist Culture Center on Oxford Avenue and 3rd Street. He has taught meditation for 35 years and leads services at the center every Sunday as well as private services with individuals wanting meditation guidance.

A storefront window reflects Korean language banners near 1st Street and Western Avenue in Koreatown, Los Angeles, Calif. By the late 70s Koreans were operating the majority of local businesses within the boundaries of 8th Street and Hoover Street, from the North and South, and Western and Vermont, from the West and East. By the 1980s Korean immigration was at its highest, with 15,011 living in Koreatown

A bystander walks along the corner of Mariposa Street and Beverly Boulevard in Koreatown. The street shows a variety of Salvadorian owned businesses that cater to the Spanish speaking community including remittance services, a mobile store that provides pre-paid phone cards and an El Salvadorian market. The 1980s marked Koreatown’s dramatic transformation to becoming a multicultural space. During this period, a large influx of Central Americans, Mexican Americans and Bengali Americans began to move in to the area.

The mascot for Mr. Kiss the Bride passes attendees during the Kiss the Brides Expo Northwest Arkansas at the Springdale Holiday Inn Convention Center in Springdale, Ark., Sunday, January 28, 2018.

Dawn Narramore of Tampa adjusts the mast of the Mad Cow 2 as the sun sets over Long Boat Key, north of Sarasota, Friday, May 26, 2017. Narramore is originally from Wichita, Kansas and did not sail before she moved to Tampa about 20 years ago. She is now part of a seven person crew that sailed a 24-hour, 100-mile competition from Egmont Key to Fort Meyers.

A DC10 airplane drops slurry over the fire on the hills past State Route 89 in Yarnell, AZ on June 9, 2016

A frog with a heart-shaped rib cage, shot through glass, May 19, 2017

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