Harmony runs through her cousin's backyard in Brownsville, Kentucky. "She should have been named hurricane, said Kristy Hawkes of her foster daughter.

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Robert Raymer is baptized at the Warren County Jail in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

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The Angels huddle together after their softball game in Gallup, New Mexico.

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Lily Liu knits while her son Kiyoshi watches in awe.

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Phoenix Jacobs and JayLynn Cross at the Green County Permaculture Demonstration Farm in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. 

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Lauren Stevens sleeps next to her grandmother Ann Clark at First Baptist Church North Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Chenoa Stevens is crowned Miss Diné bi Eastern Pageant in Crownpoint, New Mexico.

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Family members celebrate the Fourth of July together inTulsa, Oklahoma.

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Boys play basketball at the park in Gallup, New Mexico.

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Keisha Knapp with her four of her five children at their home in McKee, Kentucky. Three of her children have special needs and Keisha stays with them full-time,. 

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Jamontra Willis stands with fellow graduates at the R.B. "Dick" Conner Correctional Center in Hominy, Oklahoma on June 19, 2018. MORGAN HORNSBY/Tulsa World

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Lisa Ortiz receives chemotherapy in Gallup, New Mexico.Ortiz was diagnosed with brain cancer just days after her daughter was diagnosed with breast cancer.

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Attendees at the Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs inLouisville, Kentucky,

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Mackenzie visits her mother Alyssa in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After she was released from jail in 2017, Alyssa began Women inRecovery, a rehabilitation program for women with non-violent, drug-relatedsentences in Oklahoma. "I had let my daughter down enough," Alyssa said of her decision to enter the program.

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A couple dances in Gallup, New Mexico during a Fourth of July Celebration.

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Alexis Reed, winner of the Miss Black Western pageant,stands for a portrait in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Reed said at WKU, she is oneof three Black girls in most of her classes. Her scholarly personality has kepther from fitting in, but she said the pageant created a presence of intelligentBlack women where she could feel comfortable.


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Malaysia Copeland braids the hair of her sister Serenity on the front porch of their home in Frankfort, Kentucky.

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