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Diego Reyes is prepared for a traditional dance performance by older relatives at the 93rd Annual White Mountain Apache Tribal Fair and Rodeo in Whiteriver, Ariz. on Sept. 1, 2018.

Diego Reyes at the 93rd Annual White Mountain Apache Tribal Fair and Rodeo, Arizona.

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Flower girl before a wedding.

Flower girl before a wedding.

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Jim Kerr, 78, who is blind and has difficulty hearing, sits inside his cabin on St. Thomas on July 3, 2019. Kerr went to a shelter during the 2017 hurricane season and [he felt neglected/like they weren't able to handle him]

Jim Kerr in his cabin on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. He is blind and beginning to have a hard time hearing, and the former Olympian doesn't receive many visitors.

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Michael Farrington holds a copy of his wife's funeral program at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation on St. Thomas. Marie Catherine de Lugo-Farrington was medically evacuated before Hurricane Irma in 2017... husband believes FEMA did a terrible job of

Michael Farrington holds a his wife's funeral program at the Lutheran Church of the Reformation on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

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Master's student Vickie Hall performs in slow motion as part a project put on by Vessel during the Arizona State homecoming parade, Oct. 28, 2017. Hall moved from Mississippi to pursue her master's of fine arts in performance at Arizona State.

Vickie Hall performs in slow motion during the Arizona State homecoming parade.

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Stanley Ray Shockley, 58
Goes by Ray, was in the Navy. Has a room but prefers to sleep on the street when "roaming." Phoenix is his favorite place to roam.

Stanley Ray Shockley, 58, with his cart in downtown Phoenix.

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Cousins Diego Reyes and Caleb Ayalá of the Iztac Cuauhtli dance group wait for the rest of their family to get ready for the traditional performance at the 93rd Annual White Mountain Apache Tribal Fair and Rodeo on Saturday, Sept. 1 in Whiteriver, Ariz.

Cousins Diego Reyes and Caleb Ayalá, of the Iztac Cuauhtli dance group, before a performance in Whiteriver, Arizona.

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Scott Collin in his recliner in Lynch, Nebraska. The Collin family was trapped in their rural home for 18 days following historic floods.

Scott Collin in his recliner in Lynch, Nebraska. The Collin family was trapped in their rural home for 18 days following historic floods.

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Robyn Leach stands for a portrait in front of the Cronkite building in downtown Phoenix on Sept. 30, 2017. Leach is from Glendora, Calif., but has spent the last 32 years in Arizona.

Robyn Leach, 53, says she's lived on the streets of Phoenix for over a decade now.

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The Ponca Tribe does not have a reservation, but a 15-county designated service delivery area. Tribal members who live in one of those counties, such as Robin Rich, who lives in Knox County, Nebraska, are eligible to receive individual assistance through

Robyn Rich stands in the doorway of her destroyed trailer home in Verdigre, Nebraska.

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​Cecilia Ayalá with other members of the Purépecha Tribe in Whiteriver, Arizona.

Cecilia Ayalá with other members of the Purépecha Tribe in Whiteriver, Arizona. 

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Greg Rudloff, left, holds a Farm Reserve hat that was left at the welding shop after people came by with donations from spring 2019 floods. The shop is decorated with such mementos, and the welders say they tried to keep as many as people were willing to

Welders Greg Rudloff, left, and Brady Zimmerer collected mementos that people left behind after donating supplies to farmers hit by historic floods in Nebraska.

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Wallace Phaire sits on the front porch of his house on St. Croix on June 26, 2019. Phaire was born in 1951 and still lives in the same house where he was born and raised, in what was known as Estate Little Farm now as Catherine’s Rest. After his kidney wa

Wallace Phaire needs regular dialysis to survive, but was forced to spend nine months away from his home in the U.S. Virgin Islands because dialysis centers shut down after hurricanes.

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Sophia Cherif by Minnehaha Falls.

Sophia Cherif by Minnehaha Falls.

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Norma Huertas, 82, who was born in Puerto Rico but lives in Frederiksted on the island of St. Croix with her family, stands in the doorway of her partially-destroyed home. Part of the reason that Huertas does not want to move to a new home is because in t

Norma Huertas, 82, still lives in her partially-destroyed home two years after Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

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Dr. Megan Kaszuba, a neurosurgery resident at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., poses for a portrait at St. Mary's Hospital on Feb. 21, 2018. Kaszuba, who got her medical degree from Rush University Medical Center, has been a resident at Mayo Clinic since

Dr. Megan Kaszuba, a neurosurgery resident at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

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