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College ROTC cadets do what they can to stay hygienic during their simulated deployment in Fort Knox, Kentucky. They lacked real bathrooms during their month of training. Instead, cadets had to shave and brush their teeth in the midst of constant Army training.

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Chelsea, MA - 7/20/2015: Brothers Jose and William Garcia lay on their bed inside their apartment on June 20, 2015. After their mother complained about a lead problem in a previous home they lived in the landlord kicked them out. Soon after Jose, left, wa info

Brothers Jose and William Garcia lie on their bed inside their apartment in Chelsea, Massachusetts, on July 20, 2015. After their mother complained about a lead problem in a previous home they lived in, the landlord kicked them out. Soon after, Jose, left, was diagnosed with extreme levels of lead poisoning and William also showed signs of the disease. Last year, about 5,000 children in Massachusetts tested positive for elevated lead levels, according to the state Department of Public Health.

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Construction workers take a break to watch Formula E racers take their positions for the first ever Formula E Race in Red Hook, Brooklyn on July 15, 2017. Unlike Formula 1, drivers in Formula E race in electric cars that virtually make no sound, but still reach speeds upward of 140 miles an hour. The race is 50 miles, and drivers switch into a second freshly charged race car halfway between the race.

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Coney Island clowns dance atop a mobile boombox during the first day of the Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. More than 400,000 festival goers migrated to Las Vegas to celebrate EDC's 20th anniversary. The sold-out festival featured eight stages, multiple art installations, theatrical performers and much more.

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Calf and team ropers Ben Walker (left), Will Bradley (middle) and Clay Mitchell chat before their event during the Lone Star Rodeo in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The Lone Star Rodeo travels to 13 states a year, hosting numerous events.

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Kids shoot around on the newly named Christopher “Biggie” Wallace Courts at the Crispus Attucks Playground on Fulton Street in Brooklyn on August 2, 2017. After several failed attempts, the New York City parks department renamed the basketball courts in honor of the NYC rapper Notorious B.I.G. The move was made to help preserve the legacy of the influential rapper, amidst consistent gentrification in the Clinton Hill and Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhoods.

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Drag queens Hernando Q, left, of Lexington, Kentucky, and Joshua Peay, of Morgantown, Kentucky, transform into Adriana Fuentes and Dutchess Divina before the Illusions drag show at The Compound Warehouse in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Both queens participate annually in the Illusions Drag Show and were two of eight queens from the Kentucky area who participated."I do drag because people said I couldn't," Peay said. "I want people to know that no matter your size or shape, you can do anything you want."

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Migos, a rap trio from Atlanta, traveled to Bowling Green, Kentucky, for a performance on Feb. 22, 2014. The Migos pioneered trap music, a genre of Southern hip-hop that has revolutionized the music industry. The group took the stage two hours late and performed for about 30 minutes before leaving.

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LOS ANGELES, CA-JULY 12, 2016: The McCarty Memorial Christian Church congregation comes together to embrace a man who recently lost his brother at the hands of police. Numerous young Los Angeles residents gathered for night of healing and expression in re info

Members of the McCarty Memorial Christian Church congregation come together July 12, 2016, to embrace a man whose brother was recently killed by Los Angeles police. Many young Los Angeles residents gathered for a night of healing and expression in response to the recent police-involved killings of African American men across the country.

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Boston police investigate the scene June 19, 2015, where a state police trooper fatally shot a man on a footbridge near Boston University. The man, later identified as Santos Laboy, was shot after he allegedly refused to put down a knife and threatened the trooper. Laboy was pronounced dead at the scene after police and paramedics unsuccessfully attempted to revive him, according to Massachusetts State Police. This shooting was the sixth officer-involved fatal shooting this year in Massachusetts, according to Boston Globe reports and data collected by the Guardian newspaper.

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Competitors dogpile on top of one another in celebration after completing the 42nd annual Hermosa Beach Iron Man in Hermosa Beach, California, on July 4, 2016. For this unique competition, contestants had to run a mile, paddle board a mile, then drink a 6-pack of beer without vomiting.

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Boston, MA - 6/16/2015: Family members of murder victim Jonathan Dos Santos mourn with other members of the community at his memorial site in Dorchester, MA on June 16, 2015. (Harrison Hill for The Boston Globe) info

More than 200 people march through Dorchester, Massachusetts, on June 16, 2015, to call for peace and honor three young victims of a recent shooting. Family members of Jonathan Dos Santos, who was shot and killed June 10, gathered to mourn at the site of his death, where a makeshift memorial stands. Despite the recent spate of violence, Boston police say the total number of homicides is falling. Eleven have been killed this year, compared to 25 in the same period last year. 

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Jockeys Channing Hill (left), Jose Valdivia (middle) and Joe Bravo relax in the jockey's quarters before their races at Keeneland Racecourse on April 16, 2016 in Lexington, Kentucky.

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Western Kentucky University professors Rita Meredith and George Kontos dance during the weekly Corvette City Bop and Dance Club meeting in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Both Kontos and Johnson have been dancing with the club for over two years. “I love coming here because I am able to socialize and dance with other professors and Bowling Green natives,” Kontos said.

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Kids relax on their "Big Ripper" bikes after a wheelie session in front of the Kings County Supreme Court building in Brooklyn, NY on May 24, 2018. The group of boys practice and perfect wheelies as much as they can in front of the courthouse, and ride around the city almost everyday. "It took months to get good at riding," said Isaiah Hightower (far right)."

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Mason Paopao, 6, plays with his toy gun while his father, Moana Paopao, 38, relaxes outside of their apartment in Hunters Point. Moana and his family immigrated to the United Stated from Samoa in 2010, and they plan on staying in San Francisco for many years. "I want my kids to grow up here," said Moana. "There are many different people here."

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Pearl Neafsey, 6, walks to her beehives behind her family shed in Newtonville, MA on June 26, 2015. Pearl started beekeeping with her father at the end of spring. Every week Pearl and her father check on the beehive, the honeycombs, the queen, and more. " info

Pearl Neafsey, 6, walks to her beehives behind her family shed in Newtonville, Massachusetts, on June 26, 2015. Pearl started beekeeping with her father this past spring. Every week, Pearl and her father check on the beehives, the honeycombs, the queen and more. "I like the bees because the they don't sting me," said Neafsey. "The bees don't sting me because I take care of them."

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Upper Manhattan resident Shantelis Solano walks her dog on 125th Street on May 25, 2016.

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