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Refugee Community Reacts by Justin Merriman

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Tree of Life Shooting by Justin Merriman

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The Rev Michael Stumpf by Justin Merriman

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Troy Balderson by Justin Merriman

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Turahn Jenkins Announcement by Justin Merriman

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Men listen to Turahn Jenkins announcing his candidacy for District Attorney at Freedom Corner in the Hill District neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pa. on July 2, 2018.

We Will Not Be Banned! by Justin Merriman

 Yarizeo Morales, 4, right, and her sister, Yulissa, 7, join in the �We Will Not Be Banned!� protest as it marched through Downtown Pittsburgh, Pa. on Sunday, July 1, 2018. The rally was in response to the Supreme Court decision announced this week to uphold the Muslim Ban, as well as protesting the separation of children on the border with Mexico and the recent police shooting of Antwon Rose II in East Pittsburgh, Pa.

Yarizeo Morales, 4, right, and her sister, Yulissa, 7, join in the ‘We Will Not Be Banned!’ protest as it marched through Downtown Pittsburgh, Pa. on Sunday, July 1, 2018. The rally was in response to the Supreme Court decision announced this week to uphold the Muslim Ban, as well as protesting the separation of children on the border with Mexico and the recent police shooting of Antwon Rose II in East Pittsburgh, Pa.

A Family's Fears by Justin Merriman

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People Call for Justice for Antwon by Justin Merriman

People take to the streets of Pittsburgh in the days following the police killing of an unarmed black male. 17-year-old Antwon Rose II was shot by an East Pittsburgh police officer on June 19 after the vehicle he was riding in was stopped by police. Rose, a passenger in the car, fled the vehicle during the traffic stop, and was shot three times by Officer Michael Rosfeld who has been charged with criminal homicide. (Photo by Justin Merriman/Getty Images) 

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Great-Grandparent Caregiver by Justin Merriman

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March For Our Lives by Justin Merriman

 Kristine Hayes of Greensburg, Pa., holds up a 'March for Our Lives' sign as Martin Palla, 33, of Rostraver Township, Pa., stands with his AR-15 rifle across the street from demonstrators joining in the ‘March for Our Lives' rally at the Westmoreland County Courthouse on Friday, March 23, 2018 in Greensburg, Pa. 

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to join marches across the country on Saturday in response to the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that claimed 17 lives last month. The demonstrators are calling for stricter gun control and an end to gun violence in our schools and communities. 

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Kristine Hayes of Greensburg, Pa., holds up a 'March for Our Lives' sign as Martin Palla, 33, of Rostraver Township, Pa., stands with his AR-15 rifle across the street from demonstrators joining in the ‘March for Our Lives' rally at the Westmoreland County Courthouse on Friday, March 23, 2018 in Greensburg, Pa. 

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to join marches across the country on Saturday in response to the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that claimed 17 lives last month. The demonstrators are calling for stricter gun control and an end to gun violence in our schools and communities.  - Justin Merriman / American Reportage

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The Death of Nyia Page by Justin Merriman

Darlene Scott, 33, weeps as she talks about the loss of her 23-month-old daughter, Nyia, at her home on Feb. 25, 2018, in Duquesne, Pa. 

Nyia's body was found frozen to the ground in an abandoned playground in Rankin on Feb. 4, 2007, a day after her parents reported her missing. Police found her footprints in the snow near where they found her body. Her father, William Page, was found guilty of sexually assaulting her and leaving her to die. He was sentenced to life in prison. Nyia's death is still felt throughout the communities of Rankin and Braddock. To read more about Nyia's story visit the Post-Gazette.