Karissma Yve, CEO and Founder of Xenophora and Casting De Khrysopoeia, poses at her Casting De Khrysopoeia experiential jewelry manufacturing facility in Detroit, Mich.
Suehaila Amen, of "Leaders Advancing and Helping Communities," poses in Dearborn, Mich. The group rejected federal aid to fight violent extremism because they believe the Trump administration has vilified Muslims.
Hassan El-Amin dressed as Mr. Ebenezer Scrooge poses in Dallas, Texas.
Iman Numan, Funeral Director and Manager at Mercy Funeral Home LLC, poses in her office in Hazel Park, Mich. After Numan's nephew died of a drug overdose, she wanted her community to acknowledge overdose deaths.
Tracy Guetterman holds her granddaughter, Melanie Carpenter, 6, both of Niles, Mich., as they pose during the Hunter Ice Festival in downtown Niles, Mich.
Co-owner of Atlas Coney Island, David Todorovsky, of Grand Blanc Township, puts his hand to his face at Atlas Coney Island in Flint, Mich. The restaurant has clean water but has seen a decline in business from the Flint water crisis.
From left, Maryam Hassan Yahqub, mother of seven children, poses with her daughter, Safia Hassan Yahqub, 20, at their home in Detroit, Mich. The Yahqub family are refugees from Sudan and have lived in the U.S. since April 2016.
Bayan Alqaq, of Dallas, Texas, stands as people speak during a rally against anti-Muslim intolerance outside of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center in Dallas, Texas.
Flint Community Schools Superintendent Bilal Tawwab poses with a week's supply of water for Northwestern High School in Flint, Mich. Amidst the water crisis, Tawwab shut off water in Flint schools and provide bottled water.
Carmen Ladipo poses in Ithaca, New York.
Simone Winter, of Detroit, Mich. blends into the wall during a Martell cognac sponsored party at Bagley Mansion in Detroit, Mich.
Arthur McDaniel, owner and operator of City Hatter, poses at his business in Southfield, Mich. McDaniel worked at City Hatter cleaning hats between the ages of 7 and 9, which ultimately led to his owning the business for the past 30 years.
A man and his son pose in Newfield, New York.