Lucas, 4, aims a water gun at his sister (not pictured) in the backyard of his uncle's house in Pensacola, FL.
Katurah Topps (left), and her girlfriend, Kee Tobar, slow dance near the main stage at Outfest in Philadelphia, Oct. 11, 2015.
Diana B. Henriques, the author of A First-Class Catastrophe: The Road to Black Monday, the Worst Day in Wall Street History, poses for a portrait at NPR headquarters on Oct. 18, 2017.
O., a student at Temple University, recalls being sexually assaulted her freshman year of college. When she reported her assault to the university, she was forced to confront her rapist during the campus' investigation.
Temple Junior Running Back Jahad Thomas dives for the ball during the Temple vs. University of Massachusetts game at Gillette Stadium on September 19, 2015, where Temple won 25-23.
The crowd at the March for our Lives in Washington D.C. is reflected in the sunglasses of a boy, watching the speeches from a tree.
Tyler the Creator performs a NPR Tiny Desk Concert in Washington D.C.
Caz Tod-Pearson, the director of The Simple Way in Kensington, Philadelphia, stands by a window in the office on Potter Street. The Simple Way acts as both a religious organization and a community activism group in the neighborhood.
Jamil Prattis, 29, has been riding horses at the Fletcher Street Stables in the Strawberry Mansion neighborhood of North Philadelphia since he was 11-years-old. Horseback riders from Fletcher Street have been nicknamed "urban cowboys," because they ride around the streets of North Philadelphia.
Senior guard Will Cummings attempts a layup in Temple's 73-67 win against Bucknell Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Cummings netted a season-high 30 points in his team's first victory in a National Invitation Tournament since 2003.
A Muslim woman prays at Al-Aqsa Islamic Society and Masjid, Friday Feb. 17, 2017. Hundred of women gather for prayer every week at the mosque.
Street ball at 16th and Susquehanna. Philadelphia, PA.
Robin Strough wipes her tears during memorial for National Crime Victims' Rights Week. Strough began volunteering at Women Organized Against Rape after her niece and her daughter were sexually assaulted.