Renee Gunter, center, stands with over 500,000 people who marched for the second annual Women's March of Los Angeles. 
       
     
 After the graduation ceremony for the Los Angeles firefighters, the graduates show their families the drills done during training and scenarios that could happen while on the force. Here, they climb a ladder up 12 stories high. 
       
     
 Sharon gets emotional as she starts cleaning and taking down the home she's lived in the past 16 years at the Santa Ana riverbed. Sharon says everything she owns is precious to her, but if the sheriffs were to take her out immediately, she would only take her the clothes on her back, dog food, and her dog, Diamond. "I would starve myself just so my dog could eat, she's everything to me. Without her, I'm nothing," Sharon says. 
       
     
 Bill McConnell takes a deep sigh as he holds damp towel to clear his sweat on a hot day in Lowry Grove. "It was my little American dream come true: Own my own home," Bill McConnell said of his trailer in Lowry Grove. McConnell plans to stay in the park until the very last minute. "I'm here until 11:59. I paid my rent until 11:59. I'll be the last out."
       
     
 As white balloons were released in honor of 2016 victims of Chicago’s police brutality,  Margo Hunter was hit by a flush of emotions thinking of her own child that was killed by police. 
       
     
 John Zimmerman, produces his own turkey farm in Northfield, Minn., where he holds thousands of turkeys and grows them. Zimmerman worries about consumers and the way they receive information towards agriculture. He hopes the local community and foodies are willing to ask where their food comes from. 
       
     
 Owner Paul Conklin looks out at his grass-fed beef cattle at Northern Light Farm in Solway, Minn., on July 7, 2017. Besides cattle, Conklin grows fruit and vegetables that he sells to a local farmers market and community supported agriculture subscribers.
       
     
 Luciana Ruiz waits with her 23 year old son, Rafael Ruiz for their doctor at Cook County Hospital, February 19, 2016. Rafael having down syndrome, they patiently wait for their test results.
       
     
 Chicago’s heat peaked in July, children cool off in the spray of the Crown Fountain at Millennium Park Friday afternoon.
       
     
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 Renee Gunter, center, stands with over 500,000 people who marched for the second annual Women's March of Los Angeles. 
       
     

Renee Gunter, center, stands with over 500,000 people who marched for the second annual Women's March of Los Angeles. 

 After the graduation ceremony for the Los Angeles firefighters, the graduates show their families the drills done during training and scenarios that could happen while on the force. Here, they climb a ladder up 12 stories high. 
       
     

After the graduation ceremony for the Los Angeles firefighters, the graduates show their families the drills done during training and scenarios that could happen while on the force. Here, they climb a ladder up 12 stories high. 

 Sharon gets emotional as she starts cleaning and taking down the home she's lived in the past 16 years at the Santa Ana riverbed. Sharon says everything she owns is precious to her, but if the sheriffs were to take her out immediately, she would only take her the clothes on her back, dog food, and her dog, Diamond. "I would starve myself just so my dog could eat, she's everything to me. Without her, I'm nothing," Sharon says. 
       
     

Sharon gets emotional as she starts cleaning and taking down the home she's lived in the past 16 years at the Santa Ana riverbed. Sharon says everything she owns is precious to her, but if the sheriffs were to take her out immediately, she would only take her the clothes on her back, dog food, and her dog, Diamond. "I would starve myself just so my dog could eat, she's everything to me. Without her, I'm nothing," Sharon says. 

 Bill McConnell takes a deep sigh as he holds damp towel to clear his sweat on a hot day in Lowry Grove. "It was my little American dream come true: Own my own home," Bill McConnell said of his trailer in Lowry Grove. McConnell plans to stay in the park until the very last minute. "I'm here until 11:59. I paid my rent until 11:59. I'll be the last out."
       
     

Bill McConnell takes a deep sigh as he holds damp towel to clear his sweat on a hot day in Lowry Grove. "It was my little American dream come true: Own my own home," Bill McConnell said of his trailer in Lowry Grove. McConnell plans to stay in the park until the very last minute. "I'm here until 11:59. I paid my rent until 11:59. I'll be the last out."

 As white balloons were released in honor of 2016 victims of Chicago’s police brutality,  Margo Hunter was hit by a flush of emotions thinking of her own child that was killed by police. 
       
     

As white balloons were released in honor of 2016 victims of Chicago’s police brutality,  Margo Hunter was hit by a flush of emotions thinking of her own child that was killed by police. 

 John Zimmerman, produces his own turkey farm in Northfield, Minn., where he holds thousands of turkeys and grows them. Zimmerman worries about consumers and the way they receive information towards agriculture. He hopes the local community and foodies are willing to ask where their food comes from. 
       
     

John Zimmerman, produces his own turkey farm in Northfield, Minn., where he holds thousands of turkeys and grows them. Zimmerman worries about consumers and the way they receive information towards agriculture. He hopes the local community and foodies are willing to ask where their food comes from. 

 Owner Paul Conklin looks out at his grass-fed beef cattle at Northern Light Farm in Solway, Minn., on July 7, 2017. Besides cattle, Conklin grows fruit and vegetables that he sells to a local farmers market and community supported agriculture subscribers.
       
     

Owner Paul Conklin looks out at his grass-fed beef cattle at Northern Light Farm in Solway, Minn., on July 7, 2017. Besides cattle, Conklin grows fruit and vegetables that he sells to a local farmers market and community supported agriculture subscribers.

 Luciana Ruiz waits with her 23 year old son, Rafael Ruiz for their doctor at Cook County Hospital, February 19, 2016. Rafael having down syndrome, they patiently wait for their test results.
       
     

Luciana Ruiz waits with her 23 year old son, Rafael Ruiz for their doctor at Cook County Hospital, February 19, 2016. Rafael having down syndrome, they patiently wait for their test results.

 Chicago’s heat peaked in July, children cool off in the spray of the Crown Fountain at Millennium Park Friday afternoon.
       
     

Chicago’s heat peaked in July, children cool off in the spray of the Crown Fountain at Millennium Park Friday afternoon.

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