2015 Brittany Greeson – “Singles” Singles Lace Bellamy, 24, of Owensboro, Ky., sits in anticipation of her wedding day as her bridesmaids help her put on pink converse shoes. Marcus McClure is in the process of recovery after spending periods of his life facing alcoholism, drug use, and a tense relationship with the judicial system. He is one of many ex-offenders benefiting from the Virginia Cares program, a state wide re-entry program that offers ex-offenders transitional assistance, financial aid, and employment resources. With the support of his only remaining family, his brother, Marcus dreams of finding employment and eventually having his own home. “The things I’ve done throughout my life are not all good, but no one is all good. I’ve been sober and clean now for 18 months and I know I can continue, ” Marcus said. Western Kentucky University Senior Mary Clayton Kinslow of AOPI celebrates with her sorority for her last performance at the annual Greek Week Spring Sing Competition at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Ky. A young man screams in protest as Lexington police officers carry him to a police car away from riots on State Street in Lexington, Ky. The riots followed the University of Kentucky’s 2014 NCAA Championship loss against the University of Connecticut. Police forces proceeded to break up crowds of rioters around 3 a.m. and officials from the Lexington police and fire department reported 29 arrests and 35 fires. Following an afternoon soccer match outside of their families apartments, a group of boys share a lunch of cold pizza. The boys have spent their lives in the neighborhood of Brabrand, a neighborhood on the edge of Aarhus, Denmark known for it’s large population of Middle Eastern migrants. The neighborhood became a source of debate as Danish policymakers developed a program to assist Jihadis returning to Denmark. A housing development in Brabrand, Gellerupparken, serves as the residence for many of the former jihadist. *names withheld by request of parents Neshua Wise, 19, of Flint, Mich., prays in the bathroom in the early morning as he gets ready for school at the home of his 1-month old son’s mother, Johnnisha Williams. Before the birth of their son, Neshua Wise Jr., the two agreed to enter a co-parenting relationship despite their dissolving romantic connection. As a new father and the captain of his high school basketball team at Southwestern Academy, Neshua is also balancing a part time job and dwindling academic performance. Neshua often cites his faith in God as his motivation. “I put God first. I give all the glory to him, you know,” Wise said. Mark Hanke, owner of Hanke Fur Company in Grand Blanc, Mich., stands beside pelts of various aged foxes in his workshop where he skins and prepares hides from various animals. Referred to by the community as Ms. Ann, a regular at Shake Rag salon, takes a nap under hair dryer as she receives a relaxing treatment on her hair. The salon is one of the few businesses remaining stable in the historic Shake Rag District of Bowling Green, Ky. These images are copyright Brittany Greeson and are use here by permission. They may not be used elsewhere without permission.