Singles Jeremiah Morris and Kevin Fleming watch as a fire consumes their neighbors home in Turley, Oklahoma. Carolyn Williams and her great-granddaughter Adalynn Garrick show off their matching braids at Carolyn's home in Claremore, Oklahoma. Carolyn says she spent most of her life running from abusive partners and coping with a drug addiction that ultimately sent her to prison, where she was separated from her children and grandchildren. Three years ago, Carolyn and Addie were able to meet for the first time. "With Addie, the cycle has been broken," Carolyn said. Alyssa, 11, runs ahead of her mother at their apartment complex in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her mother, April Pless, recently graduated from Women in Recovery, a rehabilitation program that serves as an alternative for long, drug-related sentences, and the two were reunited. Kyle Crutchmer wrestles with his brother, Brian Crutchmer, at Apollo’s Martial Arts in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A member of the congregation waits in the doorway at First Baptist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Fifty-eight years ago, Pastor Martin Luther King visited the church where 1,500 Oklahomans gathered to hear his message of unity. Boxers practice at the Reed Community Foundation Boxing Gym in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Alicia Forbit swims in the river after visiting her husband Chris Forbit in the Dick Conners Correctional Facility. Chris and Alicia were married in the facility's waiting room two years ago and she visits every Saturday. Robert Raymer is baptized at the Warren County Regional Jail in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Six inmates were baptized in a metal tub in the facility. Amy McCowan hugs her son Jaxson after being released from jail during a 7-month stint. While she was away, Amy's mother Susan was Jaxson's legal guardian.