Larry Cornwell poses for a portrait next to the grave of John Caffey, who fought in the Revolutionary War, at Oakwood Cemetery in Montgomery, Ala. Cornwell is the Genealogist General for the Sons of the American Revolution, and has located six graves of Revolutionary War patriots buried in Montgomery.
Santa Cruz County Sheriff Tony Estrada poses for a portrait at the United States border with Mexico in Nogales, Ariz.
Aurora Leveroni, also known as "Nonna Marijuana," poses for a portrait at the Wo/Men's Alliance for Medical Marijuana (WAMM) farm in California. Leveroni, a marijuana advocate, noticed that cooking with the plant helped curb her daughter's grand mal seizures.
Bill Robbins poses for a portrait in one of the dormitories at Circle the City, a healthcare center for homeless people in Phoenix.
Mariana Ramirez stands in her front yard in Phoenix. After her family experienced various hardships over the past several years, they received about $8,000 in home renovations from The District PHX.
John Flowers poses for a portrait at Shadow Mountain High School in Phoenix. Flowers, an assistant coach for the Shadow Mountain basketball team, lost both legs in a car accident in 1992 when he was beginning his college basketball career.
Blanca Ruiz, 38, stands in her home in Ures, Sonora, one of seven municipalities in the Sonora River Basin. The area was contaminated by a mine spill in August 2014, affecting more than 22,000 people along 200 miles of the Sonora River.
Jason D'Alonzo, dressed as Pennywise, poses for a portrait on Halloween at Cobra Arcade Bar in Phoenix.
Shay Hawkins, a camper at Woodward West Action Sports Camp, is pictured in the afternoon light of one of the camp's facilities in Tehachapi, Calif.
Dr. Assata N. Ma'at poses for a portrait in Montgomery, Ala.