Danny Williams stands by a fire at his campsite at Diamond Lake Resort on Friday, Oct. 18, 2013. Originally from Illinois, Danny has camped here for 30 years.
Keila Herrera, 6, pours water on her brother, Zachary, 5, on their porch
in Chapel Hill on Saturday, Sep. 7, 2013. The Herraras have lived in this
mobile home for 10 years.
Markus Miller, Mark Miller's son, lies on the floor as his family
talks about his father and his death in their home in Bristol on Saturday, Sep.
22, 2012. The family knew that Mark Miller was missing after he missed Markus's
6th birthday. Mark Miller’s body was found in a barrel that had been floating
on the St. Joseph River.
Firefighters from Jefferson Township, Elkhart Township, and Concord
Township respond to a barn fire at 60867 S.R. 15 in Goshen on Thursday, Nov.
15, 2012. No one was injured except a pony that was lost in the fire.
Two Amish girls whisper at the 30th annual Bonneyville celebration at Bonneyville Mill County
Park in Bristol on Saturday, Aug. 8, 2012.
Aiden Gumbo, 2, follows his grandfather down the stairs. At 51, Reverend
Gumbo has four children and 7 grandchildren.
Security personnel stop protesters of the execution of Troy Davis from
crossing the road to the prison in Jackson, Ga. on Wednesday, Sep. 21, 2011. Davis
was executed later that night after a four-hour delay.
Christopher A. Moody, 21, cheers with fellow Morehouse students and
protesters after finding out that the execution of Troy Davis has been delayed in
Jackson, Ga. on Wednesday, Sep. 21, 2011. Davis was executed later that night
after a four-hour delay
Temple Miller, 40, holds a candle in protest of the execution of Troy
Davis on Wednesday, Sep. 21, 2011 in Jackson, Ga. as armed police guard watch
from the opposite side of the road. Davis was executed after a four-hour delay.
Yeshi Palden, 40, picks up soda at a QT in Atlanta, Ga. on Saturday,
March 5, 2011. Palden is a Tibetan monk.
Sheriff Joey Terrell walks his daily rounds around the
Habersham County Detention Center in Habersham, Ga. on Friday, Feb. 25, 2011.
Terrell knows most of the inmates by name.
A cyclist and two people from the neighborhood look around the scene of
the fire that destroyed the Youth For Christ/ Lifeline building and two other
properties including this house early Sunday Morning in Elkhart on Wednesday,
Sep. 26, 2012.
Matthew McQueen sits by boxes of clothes as his family talks about their
experience living in a hotel after losing their house to a fire on Nov. 25,
2012 in their room at the Candlewood Suites in Elkhart on Wednesday, Dec. 5,
Reverend Johannes Gumbo enjoys a moment of
peace as he drinks his coffee while his granddaughter, Mariah Gumbo, 1, looks
out the door. Most of the family has already left for church.
Francis Lee, 80, waits to get her photograph taken at the 2011 Ms.
Georgia Nursing Home Pageant on Saturday, April 16, 2011. She is 4 foot 9
Corey Perrine, 32, poses for a
portrait on Friday, Sep. 16, 2011 in Augusta, Ga. Perrine is a photojournalist
that worked for the Augusta Chronicle and now a staff photographer for the
Naples Daily News.
Cindy Austin poses for a portrait in Athens, Ga. on
Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011.
Brielle Ralph, 2, rides the carousel at the Atlanta Fair on Friday, March
18, 2011. This is Ralph's first time at a carnival.
The Rodriguez family lives in mobile home #4 in Airport
Road Park in Chapel Hill. Sonia Miranda lives there with her boyfriend, two of
her sons, and her daughter, Tanya. Joseph, 7, is her youngest son.
Sonia Miranda is originally from El Salvador, but her
children were born in the United States.
Joseph tries to pedal his bike. Both tires are flat but he
rides it around the neighborhood anyway.
Joseph Rodriguez, 7, watches as his sister Tanya, 14, texts
on her phone.
Tanya just started high school in Hillsborough. She moved to
a new district because she was mandated to live with her father due to drug
problems. After going to school high, her case was reported to a social
worker. She is only allowed to live with
her mom on the weekends or when she has meetings with her social worker.
Despite the trouble his sister has gotten into, Joseph likes
school. “I’m going to be good,” he says after his mother talks about his
Joseph throws a tantrum and runs to his older brother’s room
as his mom and her boyfriend watch a Nazi movie on the television. Joseph’s
mom, Sonia Miranda, wants Joseph to spend more time with his dad, so that his
father can discipline him.
One of Joseph’s older brothers, Marlin, 21,
holds his hands as they hang out on their porch watching the rain. Marlin works
at Chipotle and helps pay off the car payments on his mom’s new Toyota. He
hasn’t finished high school but he plans to try to get his G.E.D. this year.
Tanya holds Raven, Penny Shinkman’s (back) new puppy, as
Joseph pets him.
Shinkman, 19, went to school with Marlin and recently got
back into town. Because she doesn’t have a place to live yet, she can’t
keep her puppy. Shinkman says she just needs someone to babysit him for three weeks.
Tanya holds the puppy and talks to Joseph about whether or not their dad would
let them keep it while Shinkman finds a place to live.
Sonia Miranda kisses her son, Joseph, in her hammock on
their porch. Miranda is originally from El Salvador and speaks little English,
but her Joseph was born here.
Many of the Rodriguez’s neighbors in Airport Road Park are
Hispanic immigrants that take pride in where they live. Neighbors are invited
to birthday parties and a lot of the children play with each other after
school. Tanya hopes to move back with her mom by February.
Joseph tries to play a word game on his sister’s
phone. Joseph has a first generation iPod that connects to the Internet, but he
doesn’t have a phone yet so he loves to play with his sister’s.
Joseph and Tanya wait anxiously for their father’s response
to whether or not they can keep the puppy for three weeks. They asked their
dad, Nelson Rodriguez, about the dog right when he pulled into the driveway to
pick them up for the night. After a some deliberation, he said yes. They have a
collar and lease for Raven, but Shinkman didn’t have any food.
Joseph plays alone in the hammock on his porch
during a rainstorm. He keeps talking
about how he is excited to learn to play football with his friend soon, but for
now he has his hammock.
Because of redistricting in the county, Southern Durham High School is in a new division this year. The school dropped from 4A to 3AA and the football team is competing in the new conference for the first time. Coach Montaze McRae and Coach Mike Jones sit on tires used for drills as they watch the boys run sprints after practice. “The thing about football is you have to be all as you are,” Southern’s Head Coach Adrian Jones explains. “You have to strategize how to be together.”
Eric Allen (52) and Tyler Herbert (46) listen to their teammates during half time against Northern High School in the fourth game of the season. The Spartans of Southern Durham had lost two out of the first three games. Head Coach Adrian Jones remembers the first two loses as he says, “Those games made us a better team. We learned from the mistakes that we made in those games and got them corrected.” Southern’s Spartans won the game against Northern 56 - 54.
The Spartans stretch before their fifth game of the season and their first conference game against Northern Vance in Henderson, N.C. Southern won the game 62-6. Their landslide-win ranked them first in their conference.
Strong friendships form throughout the season as the players spend time together both on and off the field. “We be a family,” senior Xavier Harrison says.
Noah Chase (71) and Tyler Herbert (46) help their injured teammate, Roosevelt Holdings (43), off the field after an opponent stepped on his ankle in the seventh game of the season against Cardinal Gibbons. Holdings recovered after two weeks but said, “I was a little nervous I wasn’t going to be able to play” when he noticed how badly he was hurt. The Spartans won 45 - 28. They have still only lost two games this season.
Kalif Dean, a sophomore, watches the third playoff game against Orange High School after being taken out for a break. “My favorite thing about football is the contact,” Dean says. “I just love the game.”
Teammates pour water on Marvin Tillman after he finished his interviews with local news stations after scoring the winning touchdown in the playoff game against Orange High School. The Spartans are advancing into the fourth round of the playoffs. “I was excited because I had never made a play that big,” Tillman said. This was Tillman’s second touchdown this season. The first year Head Coach Adrian Jones coached at Southern, his team lost in the fourth playoff game. This year, the team hopes to make it to the state championships.
Southern won every playoff game, making it to the NCHSAA 3AA State Championships. Head Coach Adrian Jones (right) watches as Derrick Robinson, a senior, throws a football around as they wait for the buses to arrive to take them to Winston Salem. Jones required the entire team to wear collared shirts to look professional when they arrived for the NCHSAA 3AA State Championship.
Students and faculty came out to see the Spartan football team off to the NCHSAA 3AA State Championship game. The bus drivers drove the team through the parking lot beside the school where students had lined up to say goodbye. This is the school's first time playing in the State Championship.
Dominique Mims separates himself from the team during halftime at the state championship game. Mims is frustrated with his team because Crest is winning 21 -7. Coaches told him to use his anger to fuel him in the second half. Mims was named Southern's defensive player of the game after making four tackles and assisting on 10.
During the fourth quarter of the NCHSAA 3AA State Championship game against Crest, Sophomore Toney Bass runs in a 6-yard touchdown. "I like the emotion in the game,” Bass says. “It’s a game where you can take out your anger.” 5’6’’ Bass says he got to be ‘football fast’ by running sprints while dragging weights behind him during the summer.
38 - 30. The Spartans won. William Cameron (right) Noah Chase (left) celebrate as the team storms the field. The State Championship was the pinnacle of their thirteen game winning streak. Next year will look different for the Spartans. 13 players are graduating and Head Coach Adrian Jones accepted a coaching job at his alma mater, N.C. Central University.
“It’s been a great seven years of my life,” Jones said about his time at Southern. “I love Southern Durham. I grew up there. I played there. I coached there and it’s my family. I’m happy we made history with Southern’s first state championship and I’ll have a smile on my face thinking of that every time I come back.”
Barrio Bellos Horizontes, Santa Elena
Ciudad Vieja, Guatemala
Santa María de Jesús, Guatemala
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Santa María de Jesús, Guatemala
Santa María de Jesús, Guatemala
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Our Airport Rd.
Jose Mendez, 26, talks on the phone to a family member on his porch as he prepares for his son’s 6th birthday. Mendez has lived in the United States for 15 years, but his originally from Michoacán, Mexico.
Jacquelin Hernandez, 2, stands on the porch of her neighbor’s house. Children run around because people know their neighbors in Airport Rd. Park.
Ian Mendez, 2, plays with a gardening took as after he ate at his older brother’s birthday party. His family is still eating in the background.
These are some of the trailers in Airport Rd. Park.
Ricky Lopez, 19, goes in to kiss Monica Mendez, 16, in their neighborhood, Airport Rd. Park. They two met because they both live in this neighborhood.
Ariel Herrara opens the door for their dog Rex, as his daughter, Keila touches her shoes to his paws on the other side of the window. Most of the children in the neighborhood know Rex because he sometimes runs free.
Keila Herrera, 6, pours water on her brother, Zachary, 5, on their porch. The Herraras have lived in this mobile home for 10 years.
Denise Blanco (left) and Katherine Reyes (right) sit outside looking at texts. Both thirteen-year-olds live in the neighborhood. They are sitting on a transformer from Duke Energy with a sticker that reads, "DANGER. KEEP OUT - HIGH VOLTAGE."
Sonia Miranda kisses her son, Joseph Rodriguez, 7, on her porch in Airport Rd. Park. Miranda is originally from El Salvador, but her son was born here.
Joseph Rodriguez, 7, looks over his mom's hand into the camera as he swings in the hammock on the porch of their home in Airport Rd. Park.
Joseph Rodriguez(right) makes a joke to his girlfriend, Nitika Terrell(left), as they play outside her grandmother’s mobile home in Airport Rd. Park. Terrell's best friend, Tyelisha Fearington, picks up Terrell's cousin as the four play.
Three boys that just left from Airport Rd. Park wait to cross the road to go to a friend's house. Kyvon Brown (middle), 17, explains "Everybody's walking distance. He's down the street. I'm over there."
Gerald Robinson, a player for the University of Georgia, struggles
against the Cincinnati Bearcats in Athens, Ga. on Friday, Dec. 2, 2012. The
University of Georgia lost to Cincinnati 57 - 51.
Elkhart Central's Akeem Purnell (22) runs with the ball at the Mangy
Lion game against Elkhart Memorial at Charger Field on Friday, Aug. 17, 2012. Central won the game 51-3.
Concord's Danny Mujica (4) and
Elkhart Memorial's Erick Alba (23) play in the varsity boys soccer match at
Concord High School in Dunlap on Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2012.
Players from Kennesaw State peer over an injured teammate at the men's
basketball game against Notre Dame in South Bend on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2012.
Nadja Gilchrist prepares to serve in Athens, Ga. on Sunday, Oct. 16,
2011. Gilchrist is a senior at the University of Georgia.
Bacarri Rambo in action against Auburn on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011 in
Athens, Ga. The University of Georgia won 45 to 7.
Gerald Robinson in action against South Dakota St. on Wednesday, Nov.
16, 2011 in Athen, Ga. The University of Georgia won 72 to 61.
Lauren Herring plays in the Bulldog Tennis Classic on Sunday, Oct. 16,
2011 in Athens, Ga. Herring is a freshman from North Carolina.
Boise State player Doug Martin (22), and University of Georgia player
Jarvis Jones (29) in action in the UGA v. Boise State football game on
Saturday, Sep. 3, 2011 in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga. Boise State won 35 -
Courtney Kinnard (left) and Drew Stutz (right) cheer for Memorial's team
in the varsity boys basketball game against Central at North Side Gym in
Elkhart on Friday, Nov. 30, 2012.
Katie Nausbaum performs with Goshen High School's marching band at ISSMA
2012 State Marching Band Finals in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on
Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012.
Elizabeth Reid (15), a volleyball player for the University of Georgia,
spikes on Liberty on Friday, Aug. 26, 2011 in Athens, Ga. The University of
Georgia won the game against Liberty.
Alexander Ogletree and Aaron Murray, football players for the University
of Georgia, get the team pumped up before their game against New Mexico in
Athens, Ga. on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011. The University of Georgia won the game
Michael Bennett, a University of Georgia red shirt freshman, in action
against Auburn in Athens, Ga. on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011. The University of
Georgia won this game 45-7.
Pierra Ragues, driver of car Number 15 Oak Racing Oak Pescarolo-Judd,
moves to pass the AF Corse Ferrari F430GT car number 65 at turn 11 at the Petit Le Mans in Braselton, Ga. on
Saturday, October 1, 2011. More than 100,000 people came out to this four-day
Players of Goshen High School’s Varsity Football Team get ready for a
team portrait on 8, 4, 2012.