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  • Sarah Van Arsdale

In Our Times May, 2019

Updated: Jun 24, 2019

5.29.19 Scooters in Venice Beach, California. photo: Mario Tama

5.17.19 Dallas bus station, photo Todd Heisler

5.27.19 Flooding in Musgokee photo Nick Oxford

5.24.19 Seeing Opportunity in Arctic Thaw photo: Wu Xue for Xinghua

5.23.19 China Building Spying State, Putting Muslims in Virtual Cage photo: Thomas Peter

5.20. 19 Morehouse College Graduates Upon Hearing That Robert F. Smith Will Pay Their Student Loans. Photo: Steve Shaefer

5.17.19 Gwen Carr, Eric Garner's Mother, After Hearing that Police Lt. Said Garner's Death Was "Not A Big Deal." photo: Stephanie Keith

5.15.19 Sacha Servan-Schreiber on the Appalachian Trainl photo: Samuel Corum

5.12.19 child drawing after 8 months in immigration detention. Photo: Ilana Panich-Linsman

5.10.19 Mikie Sherrill and Abigail Spanberger backing the Service First Women's Victory Fund. Photo: Erin Schaff

5.9.19 Children at Al Hol camp, Eastern Syria. photo: Ivor Prickett

5.8.19 Deadly shooting near Columbine. Photo : Tom Cooper

5.5.19 MS-13 members in Honduras. Photo: Tyler Hicks

5.5.19 Puri, India, Cyclone photo: Dibyangsha Shakar

5.4.19 Warming Climate Threatens to Slow Maple Sap photo: Christine Muschi

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