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.
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.
Chatham’s community is surrounded by the tenth most dangerous neighborhood. Family and children state that being there after dark becomes a different world.
Tania Eubid, Ojibwe wears an American flag dress as she holds a spear in solidarity over the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline at the State Capitol. Eubid says the indigenous people are in distressed. She wears the American flag to represent the government that stated "we were protected, if I drop this flag it means I no longer stand under the government."
More than 75 years after he was killed in a Japanese attack of his battleship in Pearl Harbor, Kenneth Holm's remains were found and brought to Fort Snelling National Cemetery to finally lay him to rest, his family finally had closure on August 9, 2017.
Chicago Bulls played the Cleveland Cavaliers at the United Center, Thursday March 30. Jimmy Butler scored a total of 25 points winning for the team of a final score of 99-93.
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."
Rodrigo Osorio stands by his window as he talks to reporters about his recent arrest due to tinted windows, later picked up by immigration. Osorio now awaits his trial date in 2018.
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.
Capt.’s Hard Time Dining owned by Josephine Wade has been in business for over 30 years. President Barack Obama, news reporters and long-time Chicago artists have been featured on the wall. As Chatham’s crime rates rise, Josephine’s business dies down.
Bereman jumps to a height of about 27 feet. He was in first place during the first two rounds of the Moto X Quarterpipe High Air on Sunday, and finished in second.
Protesters arrive at the State Capitol in St. Paul, Minn., after Jeronimo Yanez was found not guilty on all counts in the shooting of Philando Castile.
During Ash Wednesday, individuals sat in prayer during Holy Name Cathedral Mass located on Wabash Avenue on March 1, 2017
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.
Dora Jones, a friend of Philando Castile's family, mourns at the memorial site Friday, after the verdict arrived of officer Yanez not guilty on all counts.
Chicago’s heat peaked in July, children cool off in the spray of the Crown Fountain at Millennium Park Friday afternoon.
Latoya Howell, mother of Justus Howell, 17-year-old boy who was fatally shot by Zion police officer Eric Hill in 2015, marches to Zion police department’s headquarters for his one-year memorial, April 4, 2016.
Chicago is known to be an area with a lot of problems with police and community. In the West side of Chicago, the community and police was brought together with a barbecue and carnival games.