A protester points to the word “Fascist” on his sign while a Trump supporter fakes tears in response from inside a restaurant on Pennsylvania Avenue. Demonstrators shouted and pressed signs against this window while those inside sipped champagne and watched. This continued until a woman got up and closed the blinds.
Will Hudgins raises his voice and his snack during the ANSWER Coalition inaugural protest in Washington D.C. Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. Hudgins traveled from Seguin, Texas with his wife Daisy Luviano and their 13-month-old daughter Azelia to protest Donald Trump’s policies on education and immigration. “I fell in love with a Hispanic woman,” he said, “and our child should not have to suffer for that heritage.”
Cha Reed, 16, plays basketball almost everyday after school at the Parker-Bennett Community Center until the sun sets. Reed says basketball helps relieve stress from the school day. Reed has been playing since she was 7 and plans to continue as long as she can.
Nemo, 2, and her brother Ahmed, 20, look out into their new city on their first day in Bowling Green, Ky. The nine members of their family arrived from a refugee camp in Djibouti.
Community members hold candles at the Bowling Green Massacre Remembrance Gathering Feb. 3, 2017. Organizer Justin Swindle, 27, said it all began as a joke with friends. “It somehow got super popular, so we tried to make it matter by collecting donations,” he said. Donations will be given to the International Center of Kentucky.
Entertainer Aurora Sexton kisses an audience member after receiving a tip from him during a performance at Play Dance Bar in Nashville, Tn.