Mooloo the poodle and her owner, Rhonda Reynolds, ride in Reynolds’s motorcycle, with Mooloo in the sidecar for The Washington Post

Angela Guttered Morejon, 93, and Silvia Valdes Valdes, 73, sing in the main room of the Methodista de Marianna in Havana, Cuba on December 24th, 2016. "There's a lot of friendship here, and I am 91-years-old," Morejon said. She was corrected by Valdes, because she is now 93-years-old.

An American flag is displayed in the back of Cronk’s Cafe, a local diner, in Denison, IA, on Dec. 19, 2018. For The New York Times

Dena and Rhoda look through a photo album on July 29, 2020. Dobrovich, who struggles with Alzheimers disease, was living in a facility in Santa Fe called Morningstar before Ducane saw that her mother’s health was rapidly deteriorating because of the home’s distancing requirements during the Coronavirus pandemic. They’re now both living in Ducane’s home for the time being. For The Washington Post

FantAsia Woods, Philip Rumia's drag mother applies lipstick to Rumia's lips during preparatio for a drag show inside the local LGBTQ bar, Studio 13, in Iowa City, Iowa. For Fools Magazine.

Lilias Tebbaï, 12, is a rising talent on the Moroccan surf circuit. The Casablanca-native finished second at the Agadir Open this March, placing between Fatima Zahra Berrada and Meryem El Gardoum, who took first. “When we’re in the water, we’re like a team," said Tebbaï, referring to the camaraderie amongst the veteran competitors. For Outside Magazine.

Mazahir Salih, at-large candidate for Iowa City Council, hugs her husband, Asaad Makawi, while he updates the results next to their son, Mohammed (right), and friend Osman Mahdi at The Mill on November 7, 2017. For the Cedar Rapids Gazette

Laghroumi Mohammad, 52, lived in Khasba, three months a year was nomadic, stopped because of climate change and school, poet POEM in caption

Laghroumi Mohammed gestures towards the camera as he shows the Khasbah where he used to live in M'hamid El Ghizlane, Morocco. For USA TODAY.

Blue, 11, is originally from New Mexico. Here, she stands with the President of the American Military Partner Association, Ashley Broadway-Mack at a press conference at the U.S. Capitol over President Trump's tweets on banning transgenders from the military this Wednesday. Assigned male at birth, Blue transitioned last year on August 18th. Her family is stationed in Germany because her father serves in the U.S military, and Blue is unable through military health care to receive treatment. On September 6th of last year, the military authorized medical care for transgender children, but she has been denied at every clinic they've gone to in Germany. To get Blue to the United States, they crowd funded her ticket here, and now they're taking a stand in Washington, D.C. For USA TODAY

An unidentified child in the 15,000 person refugee camp near Eidomeni, Greece, points to the sky while a man lays next to him on March 17, 2016. For The Daily Iowan.

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