Singles Home for Brittany Hester, Jamal Wiley and Jamal Jr. is wherever they can be together, usually in a family shelter downtown. Jamal Jr. struggles with autism, which can at times exacerbate their already-precarious situation as a homeless family on the streets of San Francisco, but Jamal explains that the only solution is patience. In one of the wealthiest cities in the United States, income inequality is grossly apparent. "Remember what it was like to be low, so when you're high you can be kind," says Brittany. "When you're homeless, people tend to treat you bad and rudely. Remember when you're back on top to have compassion." A young First Communicant wanders through a distracted crowd, following her holy sacrament at a church in Pueblo, Colorado on June 18, 2017. Her congregation is now celebrating the Feast of Corpus Christi with a procession after Mass. Michael McCabe at a memorial for his girlfriend Rebecca Wingo who was killed in a theater in Aurora, Colorado in 2012. Dozens of victims and family members sued Cinemark for what they say were security flaws that allowed the attacker to kill 12 and wound 70. None of the plaintiffs were allowed to testify and a jury decided that the shooting was an unforeseeable tragedy. Additional security measures were not ordered. Michael frequently returns by himself to the Century 16 (now renamed) with a backpack just to see if he will be searched. He never is. Emory Townsend stops for a lunch break with his dog Molly while delivering the mail on his route from the Somerset, CO post office. At 93, Emory in the oldest mail carrier in the state and possibly in the country. After 60 years of delivering mail, Townsend says that, to him, "this is more of a vacation than a job." Larry Gordy struggles to explain the pain of raising a family on what he calls "a Native American prisoner of war camp." Living on poisoned land has killed his family members and affected his livestock, but he cannot imagine leaving the land of his Navajo people. Julian Rodriguez with his boy Christopher, the child that changed his life. Two years ago, with Christopher on the way, he chose sobriety and says that the bad will always come with the good. “When I cried, I cried alone. I decided that I was done crying alone.” When asked about his tattoo, Julian spoke of his brother called "Bone Head." He described him as a man that he adored and feared and depended on until the day when he died in a brutal firefight with the law. That's why Julian wears the bone face on his, so that every day he is reminded of the brother that he lost. In an area of Farley, Kentucky nicknamed "Farlem" for its low income demographics, Jamie Ward searches through his home for enough pennies to purchase a six-pack of beer. A Navy sailor "mans the rails" as horses rush by during a race on Derby Day at the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 6, 2017. The tradition originated with sailors standing at attention in a harbor waiting for incoming ships. Colorado Rockies pitcher German Marquez throws from the mound as the Rockies take on the Chicago White Sox on July 7, 2017 at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado. German pitched for seven strong innings while the Rockies offense came up with a 12-4 victory. Members of the Major Redz file out of the Downing Student Union before Western Kentucky University took on rivals Vanderbilt on Saturday, September 24, 2016. The group knelt during the playing of the national anthem in protest of the treatment of African-Americans across the country.