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Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died.
April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died.
April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died.
April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. Barry Gosling carries a cross through the desert. April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. Barry Gosling carries a cross through the desert.
April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. Volunteers pause for a moment of silence after placing a cross for an unidentified migrant. April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. Volunteers pause for a moment of silence after placing a cross for an unidentified migrant.
April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. Water was placed in the tree in the background for others in need. April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. Water was placed in the tree in the background for others in need.
April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died.
April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Tucson, Arizona - A tank used by ranchers to store water for cattle in the Arizona desert. The cross at the bottom left indicates that a migrant died at this location; he climbed into the tank to get water and drowned when he could not get out. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America perish each year trying to cross into the United States. April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Tucson, Arizona - A tank used by ranchers to store water for cattle in the Arizona desert. The cross at the bottom left indicates that a migrant died at this location; he climbed into the tank to get water and drowned when he could not get out. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America perish each year trying to cross into the United States.
April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. Mary Toethals carries a cross to mark the spot where an unidentified migrant died. April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
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Tucson, Arizona - Members of the Tucson Samaritans place crosses in the desert at the places where the remains of migrants were found. Hundreds of migrants from Mexico and Central America have perished in recent years as they tried to evade U.S. Border Patrol checkpoints. More than 500 crosses planted in Arizona by the Samaritans and other groups now mark the spots where they died. Mary Toethals carries a cross to mark the spot where an unidentified migrant died.
April 18, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, October 1, 2006:  Donations were taken  before the communal prayers began in the mosque as 1000-2000 Tampa Bay area Muslims gathered at the Islamic Society of Tampa to celebrate the end of the yearly pilgrimage to Mecca, or Hajj, with communal prayers. The prayers, and the holiday that follows, are called Eid ul-Adha (eed-al-odd-ha), or "festival of the sacrifice."    ©Tampa Bay Times / Ken Helle / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, October 1, 2006: Donations were taken before the communal prayers began in the mosque as 1000-2000 Tampa Bay area Muslims gathered at the Islamic Society of Tampa to celebrate the end of the yearly pilgrimage to Mecca, or Hajj, with communal prayers. The prayers, and the holiday that follows, are called Eid ul-Adha (eed-al-odd-ha), or "festival of the sacrifice." ©Tampa Bay Times / Ken Helle / The Image Works
Trenton, New Jersey, April 22, 2017:  About  1000 people who rallied in Trenton in solidarity with the March for Science being held in Washington D.C.   ©The Star-Ledger / Robert Sciarrino / The Image Works
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Trenton, New Jersey, April 22, 2017: About 1000 people who rallied in Trenton in solidarity with the March for Science being held in Washington D.C. ©The Star-Ledger / Robert Sciarrino / The Image Works
The Bridge over the River Seine - Alexandre III Bridge in Paris, France - and tour boat, August 1, 2015 © Joseph Sohm/ The Image Works
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The Bridge over the River Seine - Alexandre III Bridge in Paris, France - and tour boat, August 1, 2015 © Joseph Sohm/ The Image Works
Bridge over the River Seine and tour boat on summer day, Paris, France - August 1, 2015 © Joseph Sohm/ The Image Works
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Bridge over the River Seine and tour boat on summer day, Paris, France - August 1, 2015 © Joseph Sohm/ The Image Works
A client, right, is assisted in choosing food at the Catholic Charities Bronx Food Distribution Center in New York on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The distribution center, stocked with generous donations from Goya Foods and other companies processes 513,000 lbs. of food per month, distributing directly to the needy and through a network of interfaith food pantries throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. Catholic Charities is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
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A client, right, is assisted in choosing food at the Catholic Charities Bronx Food Distribution Center in New York on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The distribution center, stocked with generous donations from Goya Foods and other companies processes 513,000 lbs. of food per month, distributing directly to the needy and through a network of interfaith food pantries throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. Catholic Charities is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
Catholic Charities Bronx Food Distribution Center in New York on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The distribution center, stocked with generous donations from Goya Foods and other companies processes 513,000 lbs. of food per month, distributing directly to the needy and through a network of interfaith food pantries throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. Catholic Charities is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
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Catholic Charities Bronx Food Distribution Center in New York on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The distribution center, stocked with generous donations from Goya Foods and other companies processes 513,000 lbs. of food per month, distributing directly to the needy and through a network of interfaith food pantries throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. Catholic Charities is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works

A Mormon missionary assists a client at the Catholic Charities Bronx Food Distribution Center in New York on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The distribution center, stocked with generous donations from Goya Foods and other companies processes 513,000 lbs. of food per month, distributing directly to the needy and through a network of interfaith food pantries throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. Catholic Charities is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
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A Mormon missionary assists a client at the Catholic Charities Bronx Food Distribution Center in New York on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The distribution center, stocked with generous donations from Goya Foods and other companies processes 513,000 lbs. of food per month, distributing directly to the needy and through a network of interfaith food pantries throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. Catholic Charities is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works

His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan visits Catholic Charities Bronx Food Distribution Center in New York on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The distribution center, stocked with generous donations from Goya Foods and other companies processes 513,000 lbs. of food per month, distributing directly to the needy and through a network of interfaith food pantries throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. Catholic Charities is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
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His Eminence Timothy Cardinal Dolan visits Catholic Charities Bronx Food Distribution Center in New York on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The distribution center, stocked with generous donations from Goya Foods and other companies processes 513,000 lbs. of food per month, distributing directly to the needy and through a network of interfaith food pantries throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. Catholic Charities is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works

A Mormon missionary assists a client at the Catholic Charities Bronx Food Distribution Center in New York on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The distribution center, stocked with generous donations from Goya Foods and other companies processes 513,000 lbs. of food per month, distributing directly to the needy and through a network of interfaith food pantries throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. Catholic Charities is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
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A Mormon missionary assists a client at the Catholic Charities Bronx Food Distribution Center in New York on Holy Thursday, April 13, 2017. The distribution center, stocked with generous donations from Goya Foods and other companies processes 513,000 lbs. of food per month, distributing directly to the needy and through a network of interfaith food pantries throughout the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. Catholic Charities is celebrating its 100 year anniversary this year. © Richard B. Levine / The Image Works
Syrian, Iraqi and Afghan refugees celebrate Eid, the end of Ramadan in Kara Tebe refugee camp, Greece   7/6/2016     ©Ton Koene / V&W / The Image Works
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Syrian, Iraqi and Afghan refugees celebrate Eid, the end of Ramadan in Kara Tebe refugee camp, Greece 7/6/2016 ©Ton Koene / V&W / The Image Works
Syrian, Iraqi and Afghan refugees celebrate Eid, the end of Ramadan in Kara Tebe refugee camp, Greece   7/6/2016     ©Ton Koene / V&W / The Image Works
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Syrian, Iraqi and Afghan refugees celebrate Eid, the end of Ramadan in Kara Tebe refugee camp, Greece 7/6/2016 ©Ton Koene / V&W / The Image Works
Syrian, Iraqi and Afghan refugees celebrate Eid, the end of Ramadan in Kara Tebe refugee camp, Greece   7/6/2016     ©Ton Koene / V&W / The Image Works
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Syrian, Iraqi and Afghan refugees celebrate Eid, the end of Ramadan in Kara Tebe refugee camp, Greece 7/6/2016 ©Ton Koene / V&W / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, March 26, 2017:  Church members leave the building after Sunday service at Revealing Truth Ministries.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, March 26, 2017: Church members leave the building after Sunday service at Revealing Truth Ministries. ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, March 26, 2017:  The Pastor speaks to the congregation during a Sunday service at Revealing Truth Ministries.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, March 26, 2017: The Pastor speaks to the congregation during a Sunday service at Revealing Truth Ministries. ©Tampa Bay Times / Luis Santana / The Image Works
St. Petersburg, Florida, April 6, 2017:  A Passover Seder plate at the home of a Rabbi. It bears the ceremonial foods around which the Seder is based: matzah; not shown, the zeroa (shankbone), egg, bitter herbs, charoset paste and karpas vegetable.      ©Tampa Bay Times / Cherie Diez / The Image Works
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St. Petersburg, Florida, April 6, 2017: A Passover Seder plate at the home of a Rabbi. It bears the ceremonial foods around which the Seder is based: matzah; not shown, the zeroa (shankbone), egg, bitter herbs, charoset paste and karpas vegetable. ©Tampa Bay Times / Cherie Diez / The Image Works
St. Petersburg, Florida, April 6, 2017:  A Rabbi and his wife look at an artist-illustrated Passover Haggadah at their home.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Cherie Diez / The Image Works
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St. Petersburg, Florida, April 6, 2017: A Rabbi and his wife look at an artist-illustrated Passover Haggadah at their home. ©Tampa Bay Times / Cherie Diez / The Image Works

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