Singles 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. My sister Natalie and her Imogen. "When I take her down to the water’s edge, when I hold her tiny foot in the cold, and clear, when I stand in it and splash for her entertainment, all the waters from all these histories collide. From the puddle of amniotic fluid that soaked my toes in the hospital to the puddles I couldn’t leap while pregnant, from the laboring hallucinations and flashbacks to the contractions like waves, from the obsidian pools of her eyes just opening to her searching, piercing expressions, all water flows to the lowest point. Imogen’s eyes dig into me, hollowing and filling me. Her eyes, like whetstones on which I must drag my meanings and hone my understanding, ask and ask and ask. Water always flows to the deepest place." –Natalie. Shot on 120 film. From left to right, Hayley Hoback, Izzy Rager, Morgan Goetz and Rachel Shipp lean on one another at a vigil to memorialize their Alpha Gamma Delta sister, Stephanie Campbell, on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at the AGD sorority house. Campbell passed away Sunday, Sept. 25 as a result of a single-car accident on the Western Kentucky Parkway. "She has tattooed on her foot 'You can breathe,'" remembered Hayley Hoback at the vigil. "And that's what I can say to her. 'You can breathe now.' She's in a better place now." 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. 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." Kansas Shepherd holds her baby doll Jovy Marie, who is two days old. She raises Jovy Marie with her husband Ben at their motel room in Cave City. "When you live with them, they are no different than a real baby," she explains. "Every day that I take a breath, it's because of her. I believe she is the reason I am here. She gives me life like I used to have with my kids." A Navy sailor stands guard as horses race by during a race on Derby Day at the 143rd running of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs on May 6, 2017. Frank Phelps has taken slowly over the family's body shop in Bowling Green as his father Andrew has become too old to work. He spends every day working on his and clients' cars in the shop and sleeps most evenings in or around his cars. Bowling Green, Kentucky. October, 2017. Jadon came from Texas with his family to swim in the waters off Santa Monica Beach. Santa Monica, California. June, 2018.