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Jan. 19, 2017: Douma — A young girl blows bubbles. Bassam Khabieh/Reuters hide caption

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Blowing Bubbles And Running From Bombs: The Reality Of War For The Children Of Syria

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Students celebrate their graduation from Howard University at the end of the 148th Commencement ceremony, at the Upper Quandrangle on campus, on May 7, 2016. Washington, D.C. photojournalist and professor Cheriss May spoke about her photography on The Black Shutter Podcast. Cheriss May hide caption

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Cheriss May

Dr. Storm Bissict, 35, dives in False Bay along the coast of Cape Town. It's her way of decompressing from her hectic pandemic days. Charlie Shoemaker for NPR hide caption

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Chanell Stone photographs places like overgrown lots and green spaces at public housing projects, often including herself in the frame. Above, "In search of a certain Eden," 2019, Brooklyn. Chanell Stone hide caption

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Chanell Stone

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Kahran and Regis Bethencourt

Photographers Make Kids' Wildest Dreams Come To Life

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Vanessa Leroy says attending a racial justice protest in 2014 helped her realize she wanted to be a photographer. She photographed a helicopter that day, saying, "I took it out of the context that it was originally in to make it feel you're entering into this dream space where you're about to navigate all of these memories and past experiences." Vanessa Leroy hide caption

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Vanessa Leroy

Lucas Samaras, Untitled, 2008-2020, inkjet print © Lucas Samaras/Courtesy Pace hide caption

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Artist Lucas Samaras Opens New Virtual Exhibition, 'Gestures And Constructions'

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Dr. Daria Osipchuk prepares to intubate a young man in severe respiratory distress from COVID-19. Scott Kobner/Los Angeles County Department of Health Services hide caption

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'The Essence Of Truth': A Doctor's Photos Document The COVID-19 Crisis In The ER

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Combing Hair, Syracuse, N.Y., 1986, High Museum of Art, gift of Eric Ceputis and David W. Williams, 2017 Dawoud Bey hide caption

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Dawoud Bey

'An American Project': For Decades, Dawoud Bey Has Chronicled Black Life

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The Stoop Stare Down (Nia & Afiya, Two Generations in Harlem), Jan. 26, 2020, 3:30 p.m., 42 degrees Ruben Natal-San Miguel/Ruben Natal-San Miguel & Postmasters Gallery hide caption

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David Gilkey and his mother Alyda. Layla Miller hide caption

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Alyda Gilkey On The Life And Legacy Of Her Son David, Who Put 'Pictures On The Radio'

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Crews observe the continuing eruption in Halema'uma'u at Kilauea in the early morning of Dec. 28. Overnight, the western vent in the wall of Halema'uma'u continued to erupt. D. Downs/USGS hide caption

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Left to Right: Tens of billions of locusts descended on Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia; Protesters demonstrate after a U.S. airstrike in Iraq killed Iranian Revolutionary Guard Gen. Qassem Soleimani; Riot police detain a man during a protest in Hong Kong; Kangaroos flee a bush fire in Australia. Fredrik Lerneryd/Getty Images; Ebrahim Noroozi/AP; Dale De La Rey/AFP via Getty Images; Saeed Khan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Here's How Tech Experts Recommend Organizing Your Photos

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Bob Gruen calls this 1970 photograph of Tina Turner "one of the best pictures I've ever taken." Bob Gruen/Bob Gruen Studios hide caption

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Cameras, Chaos And Cognac: How Bob Gruen Photographed The Spirit Of Rock 'N' Roll

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Children climb a tree on the grounds of a school in La Rivera Hernandez, a neighborhood in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, that is notorious for high levels of violence in a city that has some of the highest homicide rates in the world. Danielle Villasana hide caption

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Danielle Villasana