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Guns in America by Justin Merriman

 Bill Perkins of Gibsonia, Pa., stands with his wife, Marilyn Boulet, as they carry their AR-15 style rifles at a rally to support Martin Palla and gun rights on Sunday, April 22, 2018 in the courtyard of the Westmoreland County Courthouse in Greensburg, Pa. Palla, a Rostraver Township police officer, came under intense criticism when he stood across the street from the March 23rd March for Our Lives rally with an AR-15 style rifle.

Bill Perkins of Gibsonia, Pa., stands with his wife, Marilyn Boulet, as they carry their AR-15 style rifles at a rally to support Martin Palla and gun rights on Sunday, April 22, 2018 in the courtyard of the Westmoreland County Courthouse in Greensburg, Pa. Palla, a Rostraver Township police officer, came under intense criticism when he stood across the street from the March 23rd March for Our Lives rally with an AR-15 style rifle.

Indigenous PeopleS' Day by Justin Merriman

Vanessa German of Homewood, center, joins a march celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day in Oakland on Monday, Oct. 12, 2015. 

Rhianna Powell, 23, of the South Side, holds a sign during the rally at the statue of Christopher Columbus in Schenley Park.

Johnny Creed Coe, a Native American and traditional sun dancer, burns sage during the rally at the statue.

Johnny Creed Coe burns sage.

Jayne May-Stim, 19, of Greenfield reacts to a speaker at a rally for Indigenous Peoples Day at the statue of Christopher Columbus in Schenley Park on Monday, Oct. 12, 2015. The rally called attention to "Indigenous Peoples' Day," a day many mark to honor the culture and history of Indigenous people rather than Columbus.