Cullen Savory, 19, holds a sign up to passing traffic at an International Safe Abortion Day Vigil for Legal Abortion in front of Planned Parenthood on East Ben White Boulevard in Austin, Sept. 28, 2022. About 20 people attended the vigil.
Rally attendees cheer as President Donald Trump takes the stage to speak at a rally in support of Montana republican politicians at the Minuteman Aviation Hangar in Missoula, Montana, Oct. 18, 2019. Around 2,000 people attended the rally- the first time a sitting U.S. President visited Missoula since Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1954.
Olivia Jacobs, 11, receives a COVID-19 nasal swab test at the drive-through mass testing site in the parking lot of the Toney Burger Activity Center and Stadium in Austin, Jan. 11, 2022. The testing site has four lanes to serve more than 1,000 people a day, if needed.
Fans wait for storm to pass after evacuating the stadium stands as a storm rolls in over Georgetown, causing a delay for the Georgetown Eagles and the Cedar Park Timberwolves, Nov. 4, 2022.
Mourners place flowers, candles and tokens on crosses for each of the Robb Elementary School shooting victims at a memorial put up in the Uvalde Town Square, May 27, 2022.
Climate Change Awareness protesters stand under the Higgins Avenue Bridge on ice blocks, wearing nooses hanging from above to emphasize the urgent nature of the climate crisis during a demonstration in Missoula, Montana, Aug. 22, 2019.
Capitol staff member Ollie Vaughn polishes the railings in the empty Texas Senate Chamber, Oct. 19, 2021. The Texas Legislature adjourned from its third special session early in the morning on Oct. 19 after approving several last-minute compromise bills.
Rodhi De Carvalho, left, and Leslie Schaub lean on one another while holding candles at an International Safe Abortion Day Vigil for Legal Abortion in front of Planned Parenthood on East Ben White Boulevard in Austin, Sept. 28, 2022. “We feel like we are fighting for our granddaughter’s rights,” said De Carvalho. “How did we have access to abortion and now she doesn’t?”
Bailey Murrell, 10, paints a concrete slab in the wreckage of her grandmother, Cristina Flores’, tiny home in Elgin on April 9, 2022. Murrell, Flores and others in their family lost their homes when a tornado with winds reaching 130 mph came through the property on March 21. They are still cleaning up the wreckage.
An AFFCO Foundry Worker stirs the molten manganese in preparation to pour into a mold, March 3, 2020. The AFFCO foundry in Anaconda, Montana, has been in constant operation since the 1880's, when it was part of the Copper Kings' supply chain, which ultimately provided more than a third of the United States' copper for both World Wars. AFFCO still uses many original machines and molds, and has stayed in the same buildings at the base of the Pintler Mountains. It now provides the small town of Anaconda with over 90 jobs
Bastrop City Council member Dock Jackson, right, shares the history of the Paul Quinn African Methodist Episcopal Church while Ty Roman, 3, scooters through the gathered crowd at the first stop on the Bastrop County Martin Luther King, Jr. Walk, Jan. 17, 2022. The walk took attendees on a tour of places important to the African American history of Bastrop, with speakers at each stop.
Attendees at the vigil for Kaysera Stops Pretty Places, a native woman whose body was found in late August, pass the candle flame around the circle during the Sept. 23, 2019 vigil at the Urban Indian Health Center. Vigil attendees were asked to wear red, the symbolic color for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement.
Firefighters battle a fire spreading up Mount Sentinel near Missoula, Montana as a helicopter drops water from above, Aug. 20, 2020. The flame, caused by a lighter, spread up the mountain behind University of Montana student housing.