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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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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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Genealogy Website Uses AI Software To Bring Old Photos To Life

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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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Photographers Make Kids' Wildest Dreams Come To Life

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Photographers Turn Kids Into Life-Like Versions Of Their Wildest Dreams

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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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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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