Liam Conathan-Leach, 6, of Guilford, Vermont, holds a paper hand in front of his face during arts and crafts time at the Greenfield YMCA's Camp Apex on Peckville Road in Shelburne Tuesday, July 26.
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Liam Conathan-Leach, 6, of Guilford, Vermont, holds a paper hand in front of his face during arts and crafts time at the Greenfield YMCA's Camp Apex on Peckville Road in Shelburne Tuesday, July 26, 2016.

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Liam Conathan-Leach, 6, of Guilford, Vermont, holds a paper hand in front of his face during arts and crafts time at the Greenfield YMCA's Camp Apex on Peckville Road in Shelburne Tuesday, July 26, 2016.

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Joe Newcombe, fishing on Chautauqua Lake at Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY, November 11, 2014.

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Joe Newcombe, fishing on Chautauqua Lake at Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY, November 11, 2014.

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Dave Cruver, at Grace Baptist Church in Taylors where he is one of the elders, Tuesday, Feb 9, 2021. Cruver lost his parents Hartley and Bonnie Cruver to COVID-19 in January.
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Dave Cruver, at Grace Baptist Church in Taylors where he is one of the elders, Tuesday, Feb 9, 2021. Cruver lost his parents Hartley and Bonnie Cruver to COVID-19 in January.

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Dave Cruver, at Grace Baptist Church in Taylors where he is one of the elders, Tuesday, Feb 9, 2021. Cruver lost his parents Hartley and Bonnie Cruver to COVID-19 in January.

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Rachel Rapkin, reporter at the Recorder newspaper in Greenfield, Massachusetts, watches as firefighters from six area departments participate in a training exercise at a vacant home donated by Skip Sobieski, in Deerfield, Saturday, October 24, 2015. 

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Rachel Rapkin, reporter at the Recorder newspaper in Greenfield, Massachusetts, watches as firefighters from six area departments participate in a training exercise at a vacant home donated by Skip Sobieski, in Deerfield, Saturday, October 24, 2015. 

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Tina Wright at her home in Taylors, South Carolina, Sunday, June 27, 2021. Wright, 44, alleges Steven Erickson, a deacon at Victory Baptist Church, based in Henrietta, NY, abused her at church for nearly a decade, beginning when she was a toddler.
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Tina Wright at her home in Taylors, South Carolina, Sunday, June 27, 2021. Wright, 44, alleges Steven Erickson, a deacon at Victory Baptist Church, based in Henrietta, NY, abused her at church for nearly a decade, beginning when she was a toddler.

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Tina Wright at her home in Taylors, South Carolina, Sunday, June 27, 2021. Wright, 44, alleges Steven Erickson, a deacon at Victory Baptist Church, based in Henrietta, NY, abused her at church for nearly a decade, beginning when she was a toddler.

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Open Hand, a native American of the Abnacie, Mic Mak, Sewx, and Crow tribes, burns incense on the Greenfield town common Wednesday May 27 prior to participating in a memorial for homeless people who have passed away. Storm, a poet, and metaphysical minist
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Clayton Bezio, whose Native American name is Open Hand, of the Abnacie, Mic Mak, Sewx, and Crow tribes, burns incense on the Greenfield town common Wednesday May 27, 2015, prior to participating in a memorial for homeless people who have passed away. 

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Clayton Bezio, whose Native American name is Open Hand, of the Abnacie, Mic Mak, Sewx, and Crow tribes, burns incense on the Greenfield town common Wednesday May 27, 2015, prior to participating in a memorial for homeless people who have passed away. 

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Kwadjo Campbell, president of the Poe Mill neighborhood association, in front of his home on 2nd Avenue, Friday, April 16, 2021.
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Kwadjo Campbell, president of the Poe Mill neighborhood association, in front of his home on 2nd Avenue, Friday, April 16, 2021.

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Kwadjo Campbell, president of the Poe Mill neighborhood association, in front of his home on 2nd Avenue, Friday, April 16, 2021.

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Mandy Blankenship, the Brandon Mill neighborhood association president, in front of her home, Tuesday, April 6, 2021. “Brandon is a historically working class white community that has become much more diverse since the mill closed. I view that as a really
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Mandy Blankenship, the Brandon Mill neighborhood association president, in front of her home, Tuesday, April 6, 2021. “Brandon is a historically working class white community that has become much more diverse since the mill closed. I view that as a really good thing. Not everybody would view that as a really good thing. The story of gentrification and that’s what’s happening is, typically, that poor people get pushed out.”

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Mandy Blankenship, the Brandon Mill neighborhood association president, in front of her home, Tuesday, April 6, 2021. “Brandon is a historically working class white community that has become much more diverse since the mill closed. I view that as a really good thing. Not everybody would view that as a really good thing. The story of gentrification and that’s what’s happening is, typically, that poor people get pushed out.”

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Larry Moore, a resident of the Judson Mill community for 44 years, at his home, Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020. "Me and my wife, we're good," he said. "I've been here a long time. I'm not packing up."
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Larry Moore, a resident of the Judson Mill community for 44 years, at his home, Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020. "Me and my wife, we're good," he said. "I've been here a long time. I'm not packing up."

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Larry Moore, a resident of the Judson Mill community for 44 years, at his home, Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020. "Me and my wife, we're good," he said. "I've been here a long time. I'm not packing up."

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Tikeeta Wallace, a resident of the Judson Mill community, at her home on 2nd Avenue, Tuesday, April 27, 2021. "How long will I be able to stay here?" Wallace said. "It worries me. As a renter, if I don't own this home, I feel like eventually I'm going to
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Tikeeta Wallace, a resident of the Judson Mill community, at her home on 2nd Avenue, Tuesday, April 27, 2021. "How long will I be able to stay here?" Wallace said. "It worries me. As a renter, if I don't own this home, I feel like eventually I'm going to be pushed out." "I may not be rich, but I feel rich," she said with a laugh.

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Tikeeta Wallace, a resident of the Judson Mill community, at her home on 2nd Avenue, Tuesday, April 27, 2021. "How long will I be able to stay here?" Wallace said. "It worries me. As a renter, if I don't own this home, I feel like eventually I'm going to be pushed out." "I may not be rich, but I feel rich," she said with a laugh.

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Alex Brown, precinct 1 town council member for Hilton Head Island, at his home, Friday, November 20, 2020.
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Alex Brown, precinct 1 town council member for Hilton Head Island, at his home, Friday, November 20, 2020. Brown is a seventh-generation islander whose ancestors were enslaved on the island and on the land where he, his parents and grandmother currently live. 

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Alex Brown, precinct 1 town council member for Hilton Head Island, at his home, Friday, November 20, 2020. Brown is a seventh-generation islander whose ancestors were enslaved on the island and on the land where he, his parents and grandmother currently live. 

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​Eleanor Underhill, of the Americana band Underhill Rose, as well as her solo act, Eleanor Underhill and Friends, at Capella on 9 Aug. 29, 2018.
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Eleanor Underhill, of the Americana band Underhill Rose, as well as her solo act, Eleanor Underhill and Friends, at Capella in Asheville, NC on 9 Aug. 29, 2018.

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Eleanor Underhill, of the Americana band Underhill Rose, as well as her solo act, Eleanor Underhill and Friends, at Capella in Asheville, NC on 9 Aug. 29, 2018.

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Davida Mathis, attorney and chairwoman of Rainbow PUSH Greenville at her office Tuesday, January 7, 2020.
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Davida Mathis, attorney and chairwoman of Rainbow PUSH Greenville
at her office Tuesday, January 7, 2020.

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Davida Mathis, attorney and chairwoman of Rainbow PUSH Greenville
at her office Tuesday, January 7, 2020.

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Carson Love, a maintenance staff worker at Buncombe Street United Methodist Church as well as a congregant at the church’s contemporary service, The Table, Thursday, July 1, 2021. Love is a graduate of Circles of Greenville County which is a program that
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Carson Love, a maintenance staff wor
ker at Buncombe Street United Methodist Church as well as a congregant at the church’s contemporary service, The Table, Thursday, July 1, 2021. Love is a graduate of Circles of Greenville County which is a program that pairs people in poverty with mentors who guide them toward their goals.

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Carson Love, a maintenance staff wor
ker at Buncombe Street United Methodist Church as well as a congregant at the church’s contemporary service, The Table, Thursday, July 1, 2021. Love is a graduate of Circles of Greenville County which is a program that pairs people in poverty with mentors who guide them toward their goals.

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Harrison Morgan, a safety on the Wren High School football team, and his brother Nick Morgan, a corner on the team.
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Harrison Morgan, a safety on the Wren High School football team in Greenville, SC, and his brother Nick Morgan, a corner on the team. 

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Harrison Morgan, a safety on the Wren High School football team in Greenville, SC, and his brother Nick Morgan, a corner on the team. 

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Julio Mendoza, an FEI International trainer and instructor, kisses one of his horses, Heroic Time at his farm in Columbus, Friday, August 31, 2018. Mendoza will be competing in the Dressage competition at the World Equestrian Games at the Tryon Internatio
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Julio Mendoza, an FEI International trainer and instructor, kisses one of his horses, Heroic Time at his farm in Columbus, Friday, August 31, 2018. Mendoza will be competing in the Dressage competition at the World Equestrian Games at the Tryon International Equestrian Center.

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Julio Mendoza, an FEI International trainer and instructor, kisses one of his horses, Heroic Time at his farm in Columbus, Friday, August 31, 2018. Mendoza will be competing in the Dressage competition at the World Equestrian Games at the Tryon International Equestrian Center.

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"Sombrero Trump" Jim Yates poses for a portrait outside the Washington Night event at Global Trade Park in Greenville, hosted by Anderson, Greenville, Laurens, Pickens, and Spartanburg County Republican parties where Congressman Jeff Duncan, Republican of
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Jim "Sombrero Trump" Yates poses for a portrait ou
tside the Washington Night event at Global Trade Park in Greenville, hosted by Anderson, Greenville, Laurens, Pickens, and Spartanburg County Republican parties where Congressman Jeff Duncan, Republican of South Carolina and U.S Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, sat down together Monday, August 5, 2019.

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Jim "Sombrero Trump" Yates poses for a portrait ou
tside the Washington Night event at Global Trade Park in Greenville, hosted by Anderson, Greenville, Laurens, Pickens, and Spartanburg County Republican parties where Congressman Jeff Duncan, Republican of South Carolina and U.S Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, sat down together Monday, August 5, 2019.

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​Cameron Ponder, a member of the Furman University cross country and track and field teams, at university track, Monday, Jan 25, 2021. Ponder broke four minutes in the mile race on Friday, January 22, 2021, with a time of 3:5
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Cameron Ponder, a member of the Furman University cross country and track and field teams, at university track, Monday, Jan 25, 2021. Ponder broke four minutes in the mile race on Friday, January 22, 2021, with a time of 3:59.54. 

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Cameron Ponder, a member of the Furman University cross country and track and field teams, at university track, Monday, Jan 25, 2021. Ponder broke four minutes in the mile race on Friday, January 22, 2021, with a time of 3:59.54. 

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Logan French, 12 of Canandaigua poses for a portrait on his bike at the Farmington Town Park during the Farmington 4th of July celebration July 3, 2013.

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Logan French, 12 of Canandaigua poses for a portrait on his bike at the Farmington Town Park during the Farmington 4th of July celebration July 3, 2013.

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Jazmine Camacho, near the site on Main Street in Greenville, where the car she was riding in with her boyfriend, Timothy Isaiah Webb, a cousin and two friends came to rest after striking a tree in August. Camacho was the sole survivor of the crash.
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Jazmine Camacho, near the site on Main Street in Greenville, where the car she was riding in with her boyfriend, Timothy Isaiah Webb, a cousin and two friends came to rest after striking a tree in August. Camacho was the sole survivor of the crash.

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Jazmine Camacho, near the site on Main Street in Greenville, where the car she was riding in with her boyfriend, Timothy Isaiah Webb, a cousin and two friends came to rest after striking a tree in August. Camacho was the sole survivor of the crash.

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Sister Joan Sobala, one of the participants on a tour around Rochester to promote concerted efforts to combat issues of healthcare, poverty, and homelessness, waits in the chapel at the Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse in Pittsford, NY prior to being ser
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Sister Joan Sobala, one of the participants on a tour around Rochester to promote concerted efforts to combat issues of healthcare, poverty, and homelessness, waits in the chapel at the Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse in Pittsford, NY prior to being served supper, Tuesday, October 16, 2012. 

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Sister Joan Sobala, one of the participants on a tour around Rochester to promote concerted efforts to combat issues of healthcare, poverty, and homelessness, waits in the chapel at the Sisters of St. Joseph Motherhouse in Pittsford, NY prior to being served supper, Tuesday, October 16, 2012. 

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Anthony Cole, of Jasperwood Farm in Leicester, in his tobacco barn Thursday, October 5, 2017. Cole grows peppers, pumpkins, and other produce in Newfound Valley in Leicester. His family used to own wide swaths of land here be
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Anthony Cole, of Jasperwood Farm in Leicester, in his tobacco barn Thursday, October 5, 2017. Cole grows peppers, pumpkins, and other produce in Newfound Valley in Leicester. His family used to own wide swaths of land here before parceling much of it piece by piece. In the late '80's Cole bought 45 acres of land adjoining what was left of his family's property in seven years with money earned from burley tobacco. Currently tobacco covers just a small plot of land on his farm.

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Anthony Cole, of Jasperwood Farm in Leicester, in his tobacco barn Thursday, October 5, 2017. Cole grows peppers, pumpkins, and other produce in Newfound Valley in Leicester. His family used to own wide swaths of land here before parceling much of it piece by piece. In the late '80's Cole bought 45 acres of land adjoining what was left of his family's property in seven years with money earned from burley tobacco. Currently tobacco covers just a small plot of land on his farm.

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Jalen Elrod, the 1st vice chair of the Greenville County Democratic Party.
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Jalen Elrod, the 1st vice chair of the Greenville County Democratic Party at Greenville city hall Thursday, January 9, 2020. 

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Jalen Elrod, the 1st vice chair of the Greenville County Democratic Party at Greenville city hall Thursday, January 9, 2020. 

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Sayre Anthony, owner of Nova Motorcycles with his business partner Peter Chilton, at their new shop on 3rd Street in Turners Falls, Tuesday, March 29.
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Sayre Anthony, owner of Nova Motorcycles with his business partner Peter Chilton, at their new shop on 3rd Street in Turners Falls, Tuesday, March 29, 2016. 

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Sayre Anthony, owner of Nova Motorcycles with his business partner Peter Chilton, at their new shop on 3rd Street in Turners Falls, Tuesday, March 29, 2016. 

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Leo Lemiex, a dairy farmer from Norton Vermont and a self-proclaimed "Vermont hillbilly", sits on the hood of his 1978 Peterbilt truck at the Western Massachusetts Antique Truck Club of America truck Show Sunday afternoon at Yankee Candle Corporate Headqu
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Leo Lemiex, a dairy farmer from Norton Vermont and a self-proclaimed "Vermont hillbilly", sits on the hood of his 1978 Peterbilt truck at the Western Massachusetts Antique Truck Club of America truck Show Sunday afternoon at Yankee Candle Corporate Headquarters in South Deerfield Massachusetts, May 3, 2015.

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Leo Lemiex, a dairy farmer from Norton Vermont and a self-proclaimed "Vermont hillbilly", sits on the hood of his 1978 Peterbilt truck at the Western Massachusetts Antique Truck Club of America truck Show Sunday afternoon at Yankee Candle Corporate Headquarters in South Deerfield Massachusetts, May 3, 2015.

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