Jennessa Lea smokes cannabis to deal with pain she experiences from Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, sequestering herself in a backyard tent to keep the smoke away from her daughter.
A young boy is lead away by a police officer as his mother and father are arrested outside of the governor's mansion in St. Paul, Minnesota after weeks of occupation by protesters.
Lynae Reep and her mother, Amanda carry Lynae's younger siblings Chinook-Weston and Ariella into the basement of Missoula's First Presbyterian Church, one of many places they called home while in the Family Promise Program.
Bernie Sanders sports his usual uncombed hair along with a hoarse voice in Spokane after a day of campaigning throughout Washington.
Diamond Reynolds is consoled by friends and supporters after arriving at the governor's mansion in St. Paul, Minnesota the morning after she live-streamed the police shooting of her boyfriend, Philando Castile.
Ben Anco finds some shade in the light tunnel at Madison's Place, an all inclusive playground in Woodbury, Minnesota.
Fadumo Hussein wipes her eyes as she leaves the Federal Courthouse shortly after her son Guled Ali Omar was found guilty of terrorism charges.
Bob Quinn, blows chaff from Kamut growing on his farm outside of Big Sandy, Montana.
Private Investigator Jeff Patterson shares a quiet moment with three of the horses he uses in Herd 2 Human, an equine therapy program he founded after seeing the positive effects of his horses on victims of trauma.
Lynae loads her baby sister Ariella into the family's minivan before leaving the Family Promise day Center for the church they will be sleeping in for the night.
Antonia Alvarez looks out from a neighbors renovated trailer in Lowry Grove mobile home park.
Jennessa Lea holds a lighter and chillum that she uses to smoke cannabis.
Protesters carry tarps away from the encampment in front of the Governor's Mansion after being asked to leave by police.
Kurt Skrivseth plays bass in his living room before a show with his band, Pale People.
(From left) Department of Human Rights Commissioner Kevin Lindsey, Lt. Gov. Tina Smith and Gov. Mark Dayton listen while Clarence Castile speaks about the death of his nephew Philando at an NAACP press conference outside the governor's mansion in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Protesters hold a sign reading "blue lies matter" in front of a group of bicylcle officers on a march from the governor's mansion to JJ Hill Montessorri in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Alexander Clark leads the group of around 2000 protesters in chants of "no justice, no peace" and "prosecute the police" outside of the governor's mansion in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Police remove the flowers from a protesters hand before putting her in handcuffs.
Ranger Pilot Steve Mazur counts boats during a creel survey above Voyageurs National Park.
Police and State Patrol move in to make arrests during a protest on 35-W South in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Rev. Christian V. Vincent, Sr. sheds his robes for Cross of Glory's Sunday contemporary service, designed to attract a younger congregation with musical worship and active sermons.
Jim Rakness pushes an all terrain lawn mower down the North Country Scenic Trail.
Two protesters hold hands in solidarity on Silver Lake Road in St. Anthony, Minnesota.
Two mourners embrace before Philando Castile's funeral.
A protester confronts speaks with the police after being asked to leave the encampment outside of the Governor's Mansion in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Ranger Pilot Steve Mazur stands on one of the Floats of his Piper Cub float plane in Voyageurs National Park.