Mya Fuller, 16, middle, tells stories with her adoptive brother Liam, 11, left, as adoptive brothers Gabe, 14, and Keaton, 12, play on the basketball hoop in their backyard on September 14, 2015. The Fullers adopted seven children, including two pairs of maternally related siblings, in Oregon before moving to Ohio to start fresh for their children.
Lyle Fuller whispers to his adoptive son Levi, 3, to fall asleep as they take an afternoon nap together on their front porch on September 25, 2015. Levi was born to a mother addicted to heroin, methamphetamine, alcohol, and marijuana and as a result was declared medically fragile with failure to thrive.
Children run through a rainstorm during monsoon season in Jeetawas, a small village outside of Railmagra in Rajasthan, India on July 21, 2015.
A worker removes water from the pool of the Gurudwara Baba Atal Sahib in the Golden Temple Complex in Amritsar, the major pilgrimage city for Sikhs from all over the world on July 29, 2015. The water is used in ritual bathing.
Women gather together in the back of the crowd behind male parade goers to watch the Krishna festival parade in Udaipur on July 17, 2015. Public space, by definition, are areas designated to be accessible to all individuals. However, separation of gender in space is seen throughout a historically patriarchal urban and rural Northern India, forcing women to seek out and create space for future generations of Indian women.
Housing crisis activist and writer Marti Sousanis tears up while telling her eviction story in her home on June 1, 2016. Sousanis was a victim of the Ellis Act Evictions in 2006 when she was evicted from her home at age 62. The Ellis Act is a California state law that says landlords have the unconditional right to evict tenants to “go out of business". Before being evicted, Sousanis collaborated with policy makers to enact a city law that put a moratorium on converting rental housing into condominiums. However, because her home was a single-family occupancy, she was still a victim of eviction. "I never ever dreamed that I would lose my home. I was at the height of my career." Sousanis was given a year to find a new residence and was diagnosed with breast cancer a month before she moved out of her home of 21 years.
Dominic Reaves comforts his mother Alicia Reaves as she cries at the sight of her home in flames on North Holland Avenue in Rankin that caught fire Saturday evening, July 5, 2014
Pittsburgh Riverhounds midfielder Dan Earls takes down Richmond Kickers midfielder Samuel Asante during a play which resulted in a penalty on the Riverhounds during the first half of their game against the Richmond Kickers at Highmark Stadium in Station Square on Saturday, June 22, 2014. The Kickers beat the Riverhounds 3-1.
Linden-McKinley senior snare drummer Jeff Floyd, middle, dances during a cadence alongside fellow snare drummer Jayshone Garland, senior, right, during the Linden-McKinley homecoming parade on Friday, October 16, 2015.
Linden-McKinley senior and homecoming queen Michelle Burns gets ready in her room with the help of her mother O'Nitta Jordan as her relatives Daiona Moten, left, Marcus Burns, middle, and Royalty Burns, right watch before before the Linden-McKinley STEM Academy homecoming dance on Saturday, October 17, 2015.
Den Dennis helps acting student Dekota Simington relax his neck during a mental exercise at Circle Round the Square, an arts camp in Nelsonville, Ohio. The arts camp began because the local school district does not offer arts classes.
Guiseppe Frisone, a first-semester freshman at Ohio University, recently returned from a 13-month deployment in Herat, Afghanistan with the infantry of the United States Army. "Throughout everything, all the combat missions, it was just a lot of stuff that you don’t realize the implications of it until you get home. Because you’re just trying to you blow everything off while you’re in Afghanistan. . .People die, you kill people, things blow up, you don’t sleep," he remembered.
Members of the Young Marines, a youth education and service program for boys and girls, gather around gravestones after placing American flags on fallen veteran's graves in Washington Cemetery in Washington, Pennsylvania for Memorial Day.
Ken DeVaux shares a moment with his racehorse in their barn at the Monticello Raceway and New York Casino in Jeffersonville, NY. The DeVaux's own a 3rd generation racehorse training business at the racetrack.
The ticket attendant waits for customers at the Lewis & Clark Circus, a traveling entertainment company, in Butler, Pennsylvania.
Workers clean the walls of the Red Fort, the residence of the Mughal emperor of India until 1857 and a symbol of India's independence, in Old Delhi on July 14, 2015.
David Caliendo, middle, Chris McGough, right, and Anthony Curigliano, bottom, makes jokes together before the start of the Camp for the Stars practice, a football camp for people with Down Syndrome ages 15 to 30 that took place at the Woodland Hills High School stadium on Thursday, June 26, 2014.
Workers assist the final piece of the art installation "A Turn of the Century" monumental sculpture of Renoir's "A Dance at Bougival" at PPG Place in Pittsburgh on June 7, 2014.
A women lets her water buffalo into the temple in Jeetawas, Rajasthan, India during a sudden rainstorm on July 21, 2015.