Shanika Mixon, of Flint, Mich., holds her newborn baby, Keturah Simone Mixon moments after giving birth at her midwife's house in Shelby Charter Township, Mich.
Jenarvius Parnell, 4, of Flint, Mich., swings at his great-grandmother's house in Flint, Mich.
From left, Abdelaziz, 10 & Sifeddine, 6, wrestle in their home. They live with their mother and three siblings in the slums of Sahb Al Caid in Salé, Morocco.
Shayla Condren, 8, stands on what is left of her tornado-destroyed house while sweeping near a small fire pit in Garland, Texas.
Beecher junior Malik Ellison puts his hand to his face while listening to his coaches in the locker room after the Beecher Bucs vs. Goodrich Martians boys basketball game at Beecher High School in Mt. Morris Township, Mich.
Tyler Vaas, 16, JROTC member at Mumford High School, stands at the ready before Detroit's Veteran's Day parade at Martin Luther King High School in Detroit, Mich.
Detroit Hives co-owner Nicole Lindsey, of Detroit, displays a frame with bees during a hive inspection for Girl Scout Troop 40035 members at the Detroit Hives urban bee farm in Detroit, Mich. Detroit Hives is “the nation’s first beekeeping co-working space.” The non-profit transforms vacant lots into bee farms.
From left, cousins Jada Weatherspoon, 5, and Destiny Rawls, 11, both of Flint, Mich., laugh while cooling off in a pool in Flint, Mich.
From left, Artavia Knight passes her baby, Raymond Ellis III, 2 weeks old, to the baby's father, Raymond Ellis Jr., all of Detroit, at their home in Detroit, Mich. Raymond Ellis III is Knight's first baby. Knight used services from "Make Your Date Detroit", a local nonprofit focused on helping women have healthy pregnancies and births.
Frances Jockwig, of Gladwin, Mich., cries as she visits her deceased husband's gravestone the morning before a Memorial Day Ceremony honoring deceased veterans at Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly, Mich.
Children play in an inflatable pool filled with bottled water in front of City Hall in Flint, Mich. The demonstration was held amidst the Flint water crisis. It took approximately 80 cases of water to fill the pool.