Portrait of Bryan Stevenson, founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama, at The NYU Law Furman Hall in Manhattan, New York. Stevenson is a widely acclaimed public interest lawyer who has dedicated his career to helping the poor, the incarcerated and the condemned.  (For ESPN's The Undefeated)

Portrait of Bryan Stevenson, founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama, at The NYU Law Furman Hall in Manhattan, New York. Stevenson is a widely acclaimed public interest lawyer who has dedicated his career to helping the poor, the incarcerated and the condemned.

(For ESPN's The Undefeated)

 Kindergarten teacher, Shariffa Martinez  PS/IS 268 in Jamaica, Queens. 

Kindergarten teacher, Shariffa Martinez

PS/IS 268 in Jamaica, Queens. 

 Preston Roberson-Charles, a student at LaGuardia Community College who was homeless for two years.  Part of The New York Times story:    'A Journey From 'Real World' to Homeless Shelter - and College' . 

Preston Roberson-Charles, a student at LaGuardia Community College who was homeless for two years.

Part of The New York Times story:

 'A Journey From 'Real World' to Homeless Shelter - and College'

 Claire Grunwald makes wigs and beards for the Orthodox Jewish community at her studio in Brooklyn.  Part of The New York Times Story:  ' Last of New York's Master Wig Makers .'

Claire Grunwald makes wigs and beards for the Orthodox Jewish community at her studio in Brooklyn.

Part of The New York Times Story:

'Last of New York's Master Wig Makers.'

 Dean Bell at Paley Park in Manhattan. At the age of 40 Dean is on a mission to complete all six major marathons in one year; Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago, and New York. "Once I started I just asked myself, why stop," said Dean. Dean wakes up early each morning to train by running at least a 7K before starting work as an accountant. "I love it and it is my way of releasing stress. It is the only time I have control. No phone, no work. Just me and myself," said Dean. "Its my therapy and I cannot imagine my life without it."    

Dean Bell at Paley Park in Manhattan. At the age of 40 Dean is on a mission to complete all six major marathons in one year; Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago, and New York. "Once I started I just asked myself, why stop," said Dean. Dean wakes up early each morning to train by running at least a 7K before starting work as an accountant. "I love it and it is my way of releasing stress. It is the only time I have control. No phone, no work. Just me and myself," said Dean. "Its my therapy and I cannot imagine my life without it." 

 

 Laurie Ferraro.  Content Creator and Fashion Blogger  Brooklyn, New York.

Laurie Ferraro.

Content Creator and Fashion Blogger

Brooklyn, New York.

 The actor André Holland at his home in Brooklyn, New York.  Part of The New York Times Story:   'How André Holland Spend His Day'

The actor André Holland at his home in Brooklyn, New York.

Part of The New York Times Story:

'How André Holland Spend His Day'

 Cecilia Milora. Brooklyn, New York. 

Cecilia Milora. Brooklyn, New York. 

 Peter A. Nadosy, left, chairman of the Ford Foundation’s investment committee, with Darren Walker, president of the foundation, on Thursday at the foundation’s headquarters in Manhattan.

Peter A. Nadosy, left, chairman of the Ford Foundation’s investment committee, with Darren Walker, president of the foundation, on Thursday at the foundation’s headquarters in Manhattan.

 David First, in his Brooklyn apartment, led the noise-rock band the Notekillers, who played the New York music scene in the late 1970s and early ‘80s.  Part of The New York Times Story:   'Revival for the Notekillers'

David First, in his Brooklyn apartment, led the noise-rock band the Notekillers, who played the New York music scene in the late 1970s and early ‘80s.

Part of The New York Times Story:

'Revival for the Notekillers'

 Lila Laporte at her apartment in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. “I love people, helping people,” she said. “I love taking care of people.”  Part of New York Times Story:   'The Neediest Case Series'    

Lila Laporte at her apartment in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. “I love people, helping people,” she said. “I love taking care of people.”

Part of New York Times Story:

'The Neediest Case Series'

 

 Danny Sarita in the Bronx. Danny Sarita served more than a year into a four-year prison sentence for a crime he did not commit in Manhattan.   (For ProPublica)

Danny Sarita in the Bronx. Danny Sarita served more than a year into a four-year prison sentence for a crime he did not commit in Manhattan.

 (For ProPublica)

 Portrait of Bryan Stevenson, founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama, at The NYU Law Furman Hall in Manhattan, New York. Stevenson is a widely acclaimed public interest lawyer who has dedicated his career to helping the poor, the incarcerated and the condemned.  (For ESPN's The Undefeated)
 Kindergarten teacher, Shariffa Martinez  PS/IS 268 in Jamaica, Queens. 
 Preston Roberson-Charles, a student at LaGuardia Community College who was homeless for two years.  Part of The New York Times story:    'A Journey From 'Real World' to Homeless Shelter - and College' . 
 Claire Grunwald makes wigs and beards for the Orthodox Jewish community at her studio in Brooklyn.  Part of The New York Times Story:  ' Last of New York's Master Wig Makers .'
 Dean Bell at Paley Park in Manhattan. At the age of 40 Dean is on a mission to complete all six major marathons in one year; Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago, and New York. "Once I started I just asked myself, why stop," said Dean. Dean wakes up early each morning to train by running at least a 7K before starting work as an accountant. "I love it and it is my way of releasing stress. It is the only time I have control. No phone, no work. Just me and myself," said Dean. "Its my therapy and I cannot imagine my life without it."    
 Laurie Ferraro.  Content Creator and Fashion Blogger  Brooklyn, New York.
 The actor André Holland at his home in Brooklyn, New York.  Part of The New York Times Story:   'How André Holland Spend His Day'
 Cecilia Milora. Brooklyn, New York. 
 Peter A. Nadosy, left, chairman of the Ford Foundation’s investment committee, with Darren Walker, president of the foundation, on Thursday at the foundation’s headquarters in Manhattan.
 David First, in his Brooklyn apartment, led the noise-rock band the Notekillers, who played the New York music scene in the late 1970s and early ‘80s.  Part of The New York Times Story:   'Revival for the Notekillers'
 Lila Laporte at her apartment in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. “I love people, helping people,” she said. “I love taking care of people.”  Part of New York Times Story:   'The Neediest Case Series'    
 Danny Sarita in the Bronx. Danny Sarita served more than a year into a four-year prison sentence for a crime he did not commit in Manhattan.   (For ProPublica)

Portrait of Bryan Stevenson, founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama, at The NYU Law Furman Hall in Manhattan, New York. Stevenson is a widely acclaimed public interest lawyer who has dedicated his career to helping the poor, the incarcerated and the condemned.

(For ESPN's The Undefeated)

Kindergarten teacher, Shariffa Martinez

PS/IS 268 in Jamaica, Queens. 

Preston Roberson-Charles, a student at LaGuardia Community College who was homeless for two years.

Part of The New York Times story:

 'A Journey From 'Real World' to Homeless Shelter - and College'

Claire Grunwald makes wigs and beards for the Orthodox Jewish community at her studio in Brooklyn.

Part of The New York Times Story:

'Last of New York's Master Wig Makers.'

Dean Bell at Paley Park in Manhattan. At the age of 40 Dean is on a mission to complete all six major marathons in one year; Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago, and New York. "Once I started I just asked myself, why stop," said Dean. Dean wakes up early each morning to train by running at least a 7K before starting work as an accountant. "I love it and it is my way of releasing stress. It is the only time I have control. No phone, no work. Just me and myself," said Dean. "Its my therapy and I cannot imagine my life without it." 

 

Laurie Ferraro.

Content Creator and Fashion Blogger

Brooklyn, New York.

The actor André Holland at his home in Brooklyn, New York.

Part of The New York Times Story:

'How André Holland Spend His Day'

Cecilia Milora. Brooklyn, New York. 

Peter A. Nadosy, left, chairman of the Ford Foundation’s investment committee, with Darren Walker, president of the foundation, on Thursday at the foundation’s headquarters in Manhattan.

David First, in his Brooklyn apartment, led the noise-rock band the Notekillers, who played the New York music scene in the late 1970s and early ‘80s.

Part of The New York Times Story:

'Revival for the Notekillers'

Lila Laporte at her apartment in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. “I love people, helping people,” she said. “I love taking care of people.”

Part of New York Times Story:

'The Neediest Case Series'

 

Danny Sarita in the Bronx. Danny Sarita served more than a year into a four-year prison sentence for a crime he did not commit in Manhattan.

 (For ProPublica)

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