Gina Morin poses for a photo in the motel room she has been living in in Lewiston, Maine. Morin watched her partner deal with an addiction to opioids and has seen the drugs infiltrate communities near her. As a grandmother of a 10-year-old, she said she worries about him as he gets older and believes Naloxone, or Narcan, should be available to Mainers of all ages. "They are putting barrier after barrier up for these young people," Morin said. "I think our children are worth more than politics."

Gina Morin poses for a photo in the motel room she has been living in in Lewiston, Maine. Morin watched her partner deal with an addiction to opioids and has seen the drugs infiltrate communities near her. As a grandmother of a 10-year-old, she said she worries about him as he gets older and believes Naloxone, or Narcan, should be available to Mainers of all ages. "They are putting barrier after barrier up for these young people," Morin said. "I think our children are worth more than politics."

 Vince Kamrath and his award-winning dog Flipper at his Lincoln, Nebraska home. Kamrath, 88, and Flipper recently retired from obedience competitions.

Vince Kamrath and his award-winning dog Flipper at his Lincoln, Nebraska home. Kamrath, 88, and Flipper recently retired from obedience competitions.

 Mulhah Albadri twirls an American flag around her fingers as she sits in the nearly empty Portland City Council chambers after watching her son, Mohammed Al Mashakeel, become an American citizen during a naturalization ceremony Portland City Hall.  Albadri joined her son in Portland, Maine three years ago after fleeing from militias in Iraq with her other two children.

Mulhah Albadri twirls an American flag around her fingers as she sits in the nearly empty Portland City Council chambers after watching her son, Mohammed Al Mashakeel, become an American citizen during a naturalization ceremony Portland City Hall.

Albadri joined her son in Portland, Maine three years ago after fleeing from militias in Iraq with her other two children.

 Laura Miller sits inside at Oxford Hills High’s prom night as dusk falls on Long Lake on Saturday, May 18, 2019.

Laura Miller sits inside at Oxford Hills High’s prom night as dusk falls on Long Lake on Saturday, May 18, 2019.

 Canadian snowbirds soak up the sun at a motel in Lake Worth, Florida.

Canadian snowbirds soak up the sun at a motel in Lake Worth, Florida.

 Alizabeth Clark, 7, of Skowhegan, at the Maine Dairy Princess pageant at the Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair in Clinton, Maine.

Alizabeth Clark, 7, of Skowhegan, at the Maine Dairy Princess pageant at the Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair in Clinton, Maine.

 Terry St. Angelo and her dog, Nevada. Boynton Beach, Florida.

Terry St. Angelo and her dog, Nevada. Boynton Beach, Florida.

 Peg Liberator at her kitchen table in Valentine, Nebraska. Liberator is now 100 years old and has lived in Valentine since the 1940s. She says her key to a long life is a whiskey drink every day.

Peg Liberator at her kitchen table in Valentine, Nebraska. Liberator is now 100 years old and has lived in Valentine since the 1940s. She says her key to a long life is a whiskey drink every day.

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 Kiara Pinkham, 17, and her boyfriend, Drake McKenney, 16, pose for a portrait in the photo booth at Carrabec High School's prom in Skowhegan, Maine.

Kiara Pinkham, 17, and her boyfriend, Drake McKenney, 16, pose for a portrait in the photo booth at Carrabec High School's prom in Skowhegan, Maine.

 Steve and Sandy Syslo outside of their home in Douglas, Nebraska. 

Steve and Sandy Syslo outside of their home in Douglas, Nebraska. 

 Brenda Viola in a classroom at Deering High School in Portland, Maine where she is senior. The 17-year-old Viola came to the U.S. at from a refugee camp in Kenya when she was 12 and now volunteers to help new immigrant students acclimate.

Brenda Viola in a classroom at Deering High School in Portland, Maine where she is senior. The 17-year-old Viola came to the U.S. at from a refugee camp in Kenya when she was 12 and now volunteers to help new immigrant students acclimate.

 Pixie Williams, 93, at her home in Topsham, Maine.

Pixie Williams, 93, at her home in Topsham, Maine.

 Matt Coffey poses for a portrait on the steps of a church in downtown Portland, Maine. Coffey, who has been homeless over five years, ran for Portland City Council for the second time in 2016.

Matt Coffey poses for a portrait on the steps of a church in downtown Portland, Maine. Coffey, who has been homeless over five years, ran for Portland City Council for the second time in 2016.

 Don and Judy Harvey take their seats early to ensure a good view before the start of a Donald Trump rally in Bangor. During rallies in Maine Donald Trump spoke a lot about the loss of manufacturing work in America, a harsh reality for many voters of the mill towns in the second district.  

Don and Judy Harvey take their seats early to ensure a good view before the start of a Donald Trump rally in Bangor. During rallies in Maine Donald Trump spoke a lot about the loss of manufacturing work in America, a harsh reality for many voters of the mill towns in the second district.  

 Yemikur, 9, (left center) and Tigiste, 12, (right center) pose for a portrait with their husbands as a young girl from the village peers out from the building behind them. The two girls married brothers in a ten-day wedding ceremony in the Amhara region of Ethiopia.  Child marriage is still prevalent in the rural areas of the country. Two of every five girls in Ethiopia will marry before they are 18 years old. 

Yemikur, 9, (left center) and Tigiste, 12, (right center) pose for a portrait with their husbands as a young girl from the village peers out from the building behind them. The two girls married brothers in a ten-day wedding ceremony in the Amhara region of Ethiopia.

Child marriage is still prevalent in the rural areas of the country. Two of every five girls in Ethiopia will marry before they are 18 years old. 

 Stephen Betters at his home in Standish, Maine.

Stephen Betters at his home in Standish, Maine.

 Solomon outside of his apartment building in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Solomon outside of his apartment building in West Palm Beach, Florida.

 Precious Clark, 10, at the annual Homecoming Parade in Pahokee, Florida.

Precious Clark, 10, at the annual Homecoming Parade in Pahokee, Florida.

 Eylin and Kimberly. West Palm Beach, Florida.

Eylin and Kimberly. West Palm Beach, Florida.

 Gina Morin poses for a photo in the motel room she has been living in in Lewiston, Maine. Morin watched her partner deal with an addiction to opioids and has seen the drugs infiltrate communities near her. As a grandmother of a 10-year-old, she said she worries about him as he gets older and believes Naloxone, or Narcan, should be available to Mainers of all ages. "They are putting barrier after barrier up for these young people," Morin said. "I think our children are worth more than politics."
 Vince Kamrath and his award-winning dog Flipper at his Lincoln, Nebraska home. Kamrath, 88, and Flipper recently retired from obedience competitions.
 Mulhah Albadri twirls an American flag around her fingers as she sits in the nearly empty Portland City Council chambers after watching her son, Mohammed Al Mashakeel, become an American citizen during a naturalization ceremony Portland City Hall.  Albadri joined her son in Portland, Maine three years ago after fleeing from militias in Iraq with her other two children.
 Laura Miller sits inside at Oxford Hills High’s prom night as dusk falls on Long Lake on Saturday, May 18, 2019.
 Canadian snowbirds soak up the sun at a motel in Lake Worth, Florida.
 Alizabeth Clark, 7, of Skowhegan, at the Maine Dairy Princess pageant at the Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair in Clinton, Maine.
 Terry St. Angelo and her dog, Nevada. Boynton Beach, Florida.
 Peg Liberator at her kitchen table in Valentine, Nebraska. Liberator is now 100 years old and has lived in Valentine since the 1940s. She says her key to a long life is a whiskey drink every day.
November Blog Post_05 copy.jpg
 Kiara Pinkham, 17, and her boyfriend, Drake McKenney, 16, pose for a portrait in the photo booth at Carrabec High School's prom in Skowhegan, Maine.
 Steve and Sandy Syslo outside of their home in Douglas, Nebraska. 
 Brenda Viola in a classroom at Deering High School in Portland, Maine where she is senior. The 17-year-old Viola came to the U.S. at from a refugee camp in Kenya when she was 12 and now volunteers to help new immigrant students acclimate.
 Pixie Williams, 93, at her home in Topsham, Maine.
 Matt Coffey poses for a portrait on the steps of a church in downtown Portland, Maine. Coffey, who has been homeless over five years, ran for Portland City Council for the second time in 2016.
 Don and Judy Harvey take their seats early to ensure a good view before the start of a Donald Trump rally in Bangor. During rallies in Maine Donald Trump spoke a lot about the loss of manufacturing work in America, a harsh reality for many voters of the mill towns in the second district.  
 Yemikur, 9, (left center) and Tigiste, 12, (right center) pose for a portrait with their husbands as a young girl from the village peers out from the building behind them. The two girls married brothers in a ten-day wedding ceremony in the Amhara region of Ethiopia.  Child marriage is still prevalent in the rural areas of the country. Two of every five girls in Ethiopia will marry before they are 18 years old. 
 Stephen Betters at his home in Standish, Maine.
 Solomon outside of his apartment building in West Palm Beach, Florida.
 Precious Clark, 10, at the annual Homecoming Parade in Pahokee, Florida.
 Eylin and Kimberly. West Palm Beach, Florida.

Gina Morin poses for a photo in the motel room she has been living in in Lewiston, Maine. Morin watched her partner deal with an addiction to opioids and has seen the drugs infiltrate communities near her. As a grandmother of a 10-year-old, she said she worries about him as he gets older and believes Naloxone, or Narcan, should be available to Mainers of all ages. "They are putting barrier after barrier up for these young people," Morin said. "I think our children are worth more than politics."

Vince Kamrath and his award-winning dog Flipper at his Lincoln, Nebraska home. Kamrath, 88, and Flipper recently retired from obedience competitions.

Mulhah Albadri twirls an American flag around her fingers as she sits in the nearly empty Portland City Council chambers after watching her son, Mohammed Al Mashakeel, become an American citizen during a naturalization ceremony Portland City Hall.

Albadri joined her son in Portland, Maine three years ago after fleeing from militias in Iraq with her other two children.

Laura Miller sits inside at Oxford Hills High’s prom night as dusk falls on Long Lake on Saturday, May 18, 2019.

Canadian snowbirds soak up the sun at a motel in Lake Worth, Florida.

Alizabeth Clark, 7, of Skowhegan, at the Maine Dairy Princess pageant at the Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair in Clinton, Maine.

Terry St. Angelo and her dog, Nevada. Boynton Beach, Florida.

Peg Liberator at her kitchen table in Valentine, Nebraska. Liberator is now 100 years old and has lived in Valentine since the 1940s. She says her key to a long life is a whiskey drink every day.

Kiara Pinkham, 17, and her boyfriend, Drake McKenney, 16, pose for a portrait in the photo booth at Carrabec High School's prom in Skowhegan, Maine.

Steve and Sandy Syslo outside of their home in Douglas, Nebraska. 

Brenda Viola in a classroom at Deering High School in Portland, Maine where she is senior. The 17-year-old Viola came to the U.S. at from a refugee camp in Kenya when she was 12 and now volunteers to help new immigrant students acclimate.

Pixie Williams, 93, at her home in Topsham, Maine.

Matt Coffey poses for a portrait on the steps of a church in downtown Portland, Maine. Coffey, who has been homeless over five years, ran for Portland City Council for the second time in 2016.

Don and Judy Harvey take their seats early to ensure a good view before the start of a Donald Trump rally in Bangor. During rallies in Maine Donald Trump spoke a lot about the loss of manufacturing work in America, a harsh reality for many voters of the mill towns in the second district.  

Yemikur, 9, (left center) and Tigiste, 12, (right center) pose for a portrait with their husbands as a young girl from the village peers out from the building behind them. The two girls married brothers in a ten-day wedding ceremony in the Amhara region of Ethiopia.

Child marriage is still prevalent in the rural areas of the country. Two of every five girls in Ethiopia will marry before they are 18 years old. 

Stephen Betters at his home in Standish, Maine.

Solomon outside of his apartment building in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Precious Clark, 10, at the annual Homecoming Parade in Pahokee, Florida.

Eylin and Kimberly. West Palm Beach, Florida.

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