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A dog nabs a sandwich from a student receiving free summer lunches from the United Way’s Summer Feeding Program in Laurel County, Kentucky. The program assists low-income families that rely on free or subsidized meals during the school year. “It helps a lot. With the extra money we’ve saved, I’ve been able to get the kids clothing and shoes for school,” said Laura Patenia, mother of four. “We usually struggle with that kind of stuff.”

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Workers from Signal Hill Farms, a woman-owned farm in the northern Catskill mountains in New York, harvest garlic.  

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Fans dance in the Metro after the Washington Capitals won the Stanley Cup after a 44 year drought. 

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A fan tries to pick a fight in the street after the Chicago Cubs win the pennant—the first time the Cubs won the title since 1945.

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To beat the heat, a family plays in the lawn sprinklers between the Washington Monument and the World War II Memorial on September 4th, 2016. 

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Brian Nelson, who spent more than 10 years in solitary confinement, visits the first prison he was admitted to in Joliet, Illinois. After about a year at Joliet Correctional Center, he was transferred to the supermax prison Tamms Correctional Center. Nelson's testimony in the court case against Tamms would lead to the prison's closure in 2013. 

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Kiran Loewenstein, a 13-year-old American on her way to relax on a private island, waves to a Tanzanian fisherman early one morning off the coast of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. 

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Jadin Paolantino (left) and Blake Kreitzer, students at London Elementary, cool off at Mill Street Park’s Splash Pad Monday, July 15, 2013.

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Jenna Rose Jongsma, who suffers from a pediatric brain tumor, colors with members from the University of Chicago softball team during a treatment at the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital on April 18th, 2014. Jongsma was partnered with the team through the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation and regularly attends the team's practices and games.

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Traffic in Arusha, Tanzania comes to a halt.

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Maya Cagan, left, a fourth-year at the University of Chicago, helps a student at Fiske Elementary sketch a mermaid after school Friday, May 17, 2013. Cagan is part of the ArtShould club that teaches art to local elementary schools in the South Side of Chicago

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