Two nuns wait at the Chicago O'Hare International Airport. Independent.
"Tattoo" was born and raised in Philadelphia. At 22, he works dealing drugs on Kensington Avenue, one of the most concentrated areas of drug use on the East Coast. Independent.
Jaylon Smiley, 13, hangs on the basket of a hoop at the Derrick White family and friend NBA draft watch party last night in Parker, Colorado. White was selected as the 29th pick by the San Antonio Spurs. For the Denver Post.
Nymvora Elisabeth in her home. Elisabeth's daughter, Dusabimana Denyse, was chronically malnourished 2 years ago. In Rwanda, 37% of children under 5 are considered chronically malnourished and are at risk for severe stunting. Denyse has since recovered and is on a positive health trajectory for her age. For Gardens for Health International.
The 121st Cheyenne Frontier Days celebrated rodeo and western tradition in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Saturday, July 22, 2017. For The Denver Post.
Lynette Trawick, a West Philadelphia resident and mother, says she would pay $2,000 a month for her HIV anti-retrovirals if she didn't qualify for coverage under Pennsylvania's expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. For Philadelphianeighborhoods.com.
Boys in Gisenyi village, located in the Rwaza sector of Musanze district, northern Rwanda. For Gardens for Health International.
Essence Festival came to New Orleans from July 1-3, celebrating African American culture and music. For The Times-Picayune and Nola.com.
Hands of Archbishop Desmond Tutu. For TUSouthAfrica.com.
The Running Bear "Hotter Than July Showdown" was held at the Sanchez Community Center in the Lower Ninth Ward on Saturday, July 23, 2016. For The Times-Picayune and Nola.com.
Niyomuhoza Marie Grace graduated from a program aimed at equipping her with the tools to fight malnutrition in her family two years ago, but much of what she learned has been forgotten, particularly in the importance of dietary diversity. For Gardens for Health International.
The Keenan Lewis Youth Football Camp, held at Tad Gormley Stadium, allowed 300 New Orleans youth to learn the fundamentals of football free-of-charge under the guidance of coaches, volunteers, and Lewis himself. Saturday 23, 2016. For The Times-Picayune and Nola.com.
Lucien Novak, 2, shares his flowers with La'Nae Hartford, 5, at Lee Circle in Center City, New Orleans, during a protest against police brutality following the police death of Baton Rouge resident Alton Sterling. Friday, July 8, 2016. For The Times-Picayune and Nola.com.
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