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Anna Noela P. Lokolo Tokwaulu aka "Noela" dances with her family after the commencement ceremony at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Noela received her degree  in International Relations and Global Affairs at Eckerd College. Her home nation, the Democratic Republic of Congo, is made up of many tribes and her Great Grandfather is the Chief of the Lokeli Tribe, making she and her mother princesses. Drummers play traditional music from their country and is a cultural tradition for royalty to honor their ancestors at life events with music and dance. [Sunday May 20, 2018] St. Petersburg FL     ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Anna Noela P. Lokolo Tokwaulu aka "Noela" dances with her family after the commencement ceremony at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Noela received her degree in International Relations and Global Affairs at Eckerd College. Her home nation, the Democratic Republic of Congo, is made up of many tribes and her Great Grandfather is the Chief of the Lokeli Tribe, making she and her mother princesses. Drummers play traditional music from their country and is a cultural tradition for royalty to honor their ancestors at life events with music and dance. [Sunday May 20, 2018] St. Petersburg FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Anna Noela P. Lokolo Tokwaulu aka "Noela" dances with her family after the commencement ceremony at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Noela received her degree  in International Relations and Global Affairs at Eckerd College. Her home nation, the Democratic Republic of Congo, is made up of many tribes and her Great Grandfather is the Chief of the Lokeli Tribe, making she and her mother princesses. Drummers play traditional music from their country and is a cultural tradition for royalty to honor their ancestors at life events with music and dance. [Sunday May 20, 2018] St. Petersburg FL     ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Anna Noela P. Lokolo Tokwaulu aka "Noela" dances with her family after the commencement ceremony at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Noela received her degree in International Relations and Global Affairs at Eckerd College. Her home nation, the Democratic Republic of Congo, is made up of many tribes and her Great Grandfather is the Chief of the Lokeli Tribe, making she and her mother princesses. Drummers play traditional music from their country and is a cultural tradition for royalty to honor their ancestors at life events with music and dance. [Sunday May 20, 2018] St. Petersburg FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Anna Noela P. Lokolo Tokwaulu aka "Noela" dances with her family after the commencement ceremony at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Noela received her degree  in International Relations and Global Affairs at Eckerd College. Her home nation, the Democratic Republic of Congo, is made up of many tribes and her Great Grandfather is the Chief of the Lokeli Tribe, making she and her mother princesses. Drummers play traditional music from their country and is a cultural tradition for royalty to honor their ancestors at life events with music and dance. [Sunday May 20, 2018] St. Petersburg FL      ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Anna Noela P. Lokolo Tokwaulu aka "Noela" dances with her family after the commencement ceremony at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Noela received her degree in International Relations and Global Affairs at Eckerd College. Her home nation, the Democratic Republic of Congo, is made up of many tribes and her Great Grandfather is the Chief of the Lokeli Tribe, making she and her mother princesses. Drummers play traditional music from their country and is a cultural tradition for royalty to honor their ancestors at life events with music and dance. [Sunday May 20, 2018] St. Petersburg FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Anna Noela P. Lokolo Tokwaulu aka "Noela" dances with her family after the commencement ceremony at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Noela received her degree  in International Relations and Global Affairs at Eckerd College. Her home nation, the Democratic Republic of Congo, is made up of many tribes and her Great Grandfather is the Chief of the Lokeli Tribe, making she and her mother princesses. Drummers play traditional music from their country and is a cultural tradition for royalty to honor their ancestors at life events with music and dance. [Sunday May 20, 2018] St. Petersburg FL    ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Anna Noela P. Lokolo Tokwaulu aka "Noela" dances with her family after the commencement ceremony at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Noela received her degree in International Relations and Global Affairs at Eckerd College. Her home nation, the Democratic Republic of Congo, is made up of many tribes and her Great Grandfather is the Chief of the Lokeli Tribe, making she and her mother princesses. Drummers play traditional music from their country and is a cultural tradition for royalty to honor their ancestors at life events with music and dance. [Sunday May 20, 2018] St. Petersburg FL ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Immigrant rights activists began a nine-day, 90-mile "Prilgrimage to Keep Families Together." They plan to walk 90 miles from Detroit to the state capitol in Lansing, calling for an end to the separation of families by deportation. May, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Immigrant rights activists began a nine-day, 90-mile "Prilgrimage to Keep Families Together." They plan to walk 90 miles from Detroit to the state capitol in Lansing, calling for an end to the separation of families by deportation.
May, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Immigrant rights activists began a nine-day, 90-mile "Prilgrimage to Keep Families Together." They plan to walk 90 miles from Detroit to the state capitol in Lansing, calling for an end to the separation of families by deportation. May, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Immigrant rights activists began a nine-day, 90-mile "Prilgrimage to Keep Families Together." They plan to walk 90 miles from Detroit to the state capitol in Lansing, calling for an end to the separation of families by deportation.
May, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Immigrant rights activists began a nine-day, 90-mile "Prilgrimage to Keep Families Together." They plan to walk 90 miles from Detroit to the state capitol in Lansing, calling for an end to the separation of families by deportation. May, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Immigrant rights activists began a nine-day, 90-mile "Prilgrimage to Keep Families Together." They plan to walk 90 miles from Detroit to the state capitol in Lansing, calling for an end to the separation of families by deportation.
May, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Immigrant rights activists began a nine-day, 90-mile "Prilgrimage to Keep Families Together." They plan to walk 90 miles from Detroit to the state capitol in Lansing, calling for an end to the separation of families by deportation. May, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Immigrant rights activists began a nine-day, 90-mile "Prilgrimage to Keep Families Together." They plan to walk 90 miles from Detroit to the state capitol in Lansing, calling for an end to the separation of families by deportation.
May, 2018 © Jim West / The Image Works
English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City.  2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
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English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City. 2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City.  2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
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English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City. 2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City.  2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
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English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City. 2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City.  2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
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English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City. 2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City.  2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
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English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City. 2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City.  2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
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English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City. 2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City.  2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
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English as a second language class for recent immigrants to New York City at a Lower East Side community center in Manhattan, New York City. 2017 ©David M. Grossman /The Image Works
Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA.  May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
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Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA. May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA.  May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
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Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA. May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA.  May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
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Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA. May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA.  May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
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Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA. May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA.  May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
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Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA. May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA.  May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
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Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA. May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA.  May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
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Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA. May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA.  May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
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Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA. May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA.  May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
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Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA. May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA.  May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works
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Annual May Day rally and March brings out union workers, immigrants, and others with voicing issues that need to be addressed in the USA. May, 2018 ©David M. Grossman/The Image Works

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