Indigenous journalists and wellness teachers Thosh Collins and Chelsey Luger with their daughter Alo, 2, stand for a portrait beneath a cottonwood tree on April 5 on family land on the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community.

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Community organizer with Puente Human Rights Movement Máxima Guerrero stands for a portrait on June 17 near her home in Phoenix, Ariz. Guerrero, a DACA recipient, was arrested as she was leaving a Black Lives Matter protest in the early hours of May 31, t
Community organizer with Puente Human Rights Movement Máxima Guerrero stands for a portrait on June 17 near her home in Phoenix, Ariz. Guerrero, a DACA recipient, was arrested as she was leaving a Black Lives Matter protest in the early hours of May 31, taken to 4th Avenue Jail in Phoenix and then was detained by ICE before being released on June 1. No charges have been filed.
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Dr. Cleavon Gilman, an emergency medicine doctor and former Marine, stands for a portrait at Ray Smucker Park near Yuma Regional Medical Center on Nov. 15 in Yuma, Ariz. Dr. Gilman is living through a second surge of coronavirus in Yuma after working thro
Dr. Cleavon Gilman, an emergency medicine doctor and former Marine, stands for a portrait at Ray Smucker Park near Yuma Regional Medical Center on Nov. 15 in Yuma, Ariz. Dr. Gilman is living through a second surge of coronavirus in Yuma after working through the pandemic as chief resident at New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell and Columbia in Manhattan. Dr. Gilman has lost colleagues and a 27-year-old cousin to the coronavirus pandemic and is so frustrated with the lack of seriousness he sees in the general population that he took to his social media to chronicle his and his colleagues experiences.
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Zarra Teacola, organizer with Black Lives Matter Phoenix Metro wears a shirt designed by Phoenix artist Justine Juju García at a mural event organized by a coalition of artists and organizers to bring artist Giovannie Dixon (JUST) to create a mural to mem
Zarra Teacola, organizer with Black Lives Matter Phoenix Metro wears a shirt designed by Phoenix artist Justine Juju García at a mural event organized by a coalition of artists and organizers to bring artist Giovannie Dixon (JUST) to create a mural to memorialize Dion Johnson, a Black man who was killed by Arizona DPS while he was sleeping in his car on May 25, on the wall of Nami Vegan Sweets on June 14 in Phoenix, Ariz.
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Lindsay Ruck stands for a portrait at Oak Tree Park on Aug. 17, 2020 in Gilbert, Ariz. Ruck nearly left her longtime job at The Cheesecake Factory after management banned employees from talking amongst themselves when a fellow worker came down with COVID-19.

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Daniel Trujillo with his parents Lizette and José at their home on May 24 in Tucson, Ariz.

Daniel Trujillo with his parents Lizette and José at their home on May 24 in Tucson, Ariz.

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Beekeper Dennis Arp stands for a portrait near a colony of honey bees outside Rye, Arizona on May 8, 2019.

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Erica Reynolds sits for a portrait at home August 1, 2020 in Tolleson, Ariz. Reynolds sued the Phoenix Police after they subjected her to an illegal cavity search Dec. 26, 2018.

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Tohono O'odham elder Ofelia Rivas, founder of O'odham Rights Cultural and Environmental Justice Coalition and O'odham VOICE Against the Wall,  at Quitobaquito springs on Feb. 15, 2020. Access to the sacred site was blocked by DHS following blockades and prayer ceremonies held by O'odham land defenders. 

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Roniah Trotter, 18, stands for a portrait outside her home on Aug. 19, 2020 in Laveen, Ariz. Trotter is bringing a case against Phoenix Police for excessive force, assault and battery and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

A year ago on Aug. 20 2019, Phoenix Police officers arrested Trotter after she fought with a classmate while she was riding the Valley Metro bus to school. Police removed her from the bus, forced her to the ground and knelt on her back during a heat wave and left her with second-degree burns on her arms and shoulder from the excessive force.
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Josephine Lee of Los Angeles at FORM: Arcosanti on May 14 in Arcosanti, Ariz.

Josephine Lee of Los Angeles at FORM: Arcosanti on May 14 in Arcosanti, Ariz.

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Kate Watters on June 20 at Oak Creek Vista between Sedona and Flagstaff, Ariz. Watters was sexually harassed while she worked for the National Parks Service at the Grand Canyon River District between 1997 and 2007. After reporting the initial incident in

Kate Watters on June 20 at Oak Creek Vista between Sedona and Flagstaff, Ariz. Watters was sexually harassed while she worked for the National Parks Service at the Grand Canyon River District between 1997 and 2007. After reporting the initial incident in 2005, she was violently threatened verbally and physically by colleagues and her report was repeatedly trivialized and dismissed. "If telling our story and bringing it out into the open in a visible way gives someone else the courage to come forward, it will be worth it. Courage is hard to find. Shame is a powerful tool of suppressing our voices."

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Former Biological Resource Center intern Emily Glynn, 24, poses for a portrait at the Arizona State University Art Museum in Tempe, Arizona December 17, 2017. “Over the course of the internship, I stripped subcutaneous fat from the vertebrae of a cervical

Former Biological Resource Center intern Emily Glynn, 24, poses for a portrait at the Arizona State University Art Museum in Tempe, Arizona December 17, 2017. “Over the course of the internship, I stripped subcutaneous fat from the vertebrae of a cervical spine, practiced performing [incisions to the throat], sutured dismembered legs using an oversized needle and twine, and decapitated an elderly woman with what looked and sounded like a chainsaw from Home Depot,” Glynn wrote. “Not once did I receive formal training or instruction.” Picture taken December 17, 2017. To match Special Report USA-BODIES/BUSINESS REUTERS/Caitlin O'Hara

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Carletta Tilousi, a member of the Havasupai Tribal Council stands for a portrait Jan. 6 in Supai, Ariz. She has been to D.C. herself to tell BIE about the situation in Supai.

Carletta Tilousi, a member of the Havasupai Tribal Council stands for a portrait Jan. 6, 2017

in Supai, Ariz. She has been to D.C. herself to tell BIE about the situation in Supai.
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And Baker, left, and Sarah Winters, who sings under the name Vox, both of Los Angeles pause for a portrait on May 14 in Arcosanti, Ariz.

Ani Baker, left, and Sarah Winters, who sings under the name Vox, both of Los Angeles pause for a portrait on May 14 in Arcosanti, Ariz.

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Efrain Bautista, a Mexican migrant, at Albergue Para Migrantes San Juan Bosco, a shelter for migrants, on June 18, 2017 in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. He was a longtime resident of Prescott, Ariz. and had a visa application in process when he recieved his de

Efrain Bautista, a Mexican migrant, at Albergue Para Migrantes San Juan Bosco, a shelter for migrants, on June 18, 2017 in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. He was a longtime resident of Prescott, Ariz. and had a visa application in process when he recieved his deportation order.

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Gary Altman at his home in Ferdinand, Indiana.


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Indigenous Peoples Day 2016 in Phoenix, Ariz.

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