Lawry brings her nephews and nieces to the pool on her day off from work every week during the summer. By her, her nephew Skyler.

Lawry brings her nephews and nieces to the pool on her day off from work every week during the summer. By her, her nephew Skyler.

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Catherine Price and Karl Katz, former directors of MUSE Film and Television and now life-long friends sit in his Upper East Side Apartment

Catherine Price and Karl Katz, former directors of MUSE Film and Television and now life-long friends sit in his Upper East Side Apartment

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Jackie plays with her youngest grand-daughter, Aevyn, just a month and a half old on a Sunday dinner after Church.​

Jackie plays with her youngest grand-daughter, Aevyn, a month and a half old baby girl being held

 by her father, on a Sunday dinner after Church.

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After a storm off the Italian coast.

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Pierre Guiollot and his son Arthur on a lift up to ski on some slopes in the French Alps

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Children play at a health-awareness day in Syracuse, NY.

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At the Dunbar Center, children wait in line before going outside to play.

The Dunbar Center, a historic community center in Syracuse, NY, organizes many programs for children and adults year-long. In the summers, the children play and learn with a few teachers and volunteers.

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Every Sunday, Viesha Smith, also known as Alani Skye, sings with her mother, her little cousin, her aunt, as well as several other relatives and friends, at Shield of Faith ministries, a Christian church on the West Side of Syracuse, NY. In addition to si

Every Sunday, Viesha Smith, also known as Alani Skye, sings with her mother, her little cousin, her aunt, as well as several other relatives and friends, at Shield of Faith ministries, a Christian church on the West Side of Syracuse, NY.

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A SAFE PLACE 1/3 Javian gets his haircut at the Central Village Boys and Girls Club of Syracuse, NY. The club takes care of children ages 5 through 12, attempting to bridge the gap between school and home.

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A SAFE PLACE 2/3 After dinner, children break into groups, which are organized by age and ability. In the room for the little ones, the children trace letters, decipher sentences, flip through picture books, and, sometimes, take naps.

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A SAFE PLACE 3/3 The hope is, that when their parent, neighbors, or siblings pick them up around 7PM to go home, the children have their homework done and their stomach full.

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