Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz holds up the Vince Lombardi trophy during the Eagles Super Bowl victory parade on Thursday, February 8, 2018.

(Sydney Schaefer / Billy Penn)

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Jeannette Holloway wears a hat with a piece of paper pinned to it that reads "KIDS LIVES MATTER" at 5th and Market streets near Independence Hall prior to the start of Philadelphia's March for Our Lives on Saturday morning, March 24, 2018. There were more than 800 sister marches around the world where people gathered to stand together against gun violence in schools after the Parkland, Fla. shooting on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. 
(Sydney Schaefer / The Philadelphia Inquirer)

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Philadelphia Councilwoman Helen Gym (left) helps Yoselin Artillero Apolonio, 11, into a van that took her to school on Monday morning, January 29, 2018. Yoselin and her three siblings went to school for the first time in six weeks that morning, as they had been staying in sanctuary at The Church of the Advocate on Diamond Street near 18th in North Philadelphia. 

(Sydney Schaefer / The Temple News)

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Hundreds of people are homeless in Philadelphia's Kensington neighborhood. The neighborhood is the center of the city's opioid epidemic. Here, Robert Fifer, 64, sits on his bed at the only homeless shelter in Kensington on Monday, February 26, 2018.

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Princess Rahman (center), 18, of Sacred Heart Academy in Bryn Mawr, Pa., leads march attendees in a chant prior to the start of Philadelphia's March for Our Lives at 5th and Market streets near Independence Hall on Saturday morning, March 24, 2018.

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Myrna Bloom, a 1972 painting and sculpture Tyler School of Art alumna, stands in her apartment at The Watermark at Logan Square on Sunday, March 18, 2018. Bloom has turned her apartment into an open gallery to showcase her artwork.

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A sign is drug along Broad Street on Sunday night, February 4, 2018 after the Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl LII and the city erupted. 

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Thousands of people gathered on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for the second annual Women's March on Philadelphia on Saturday morning, January 20, 2018.

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Willie Mae Lee holds up a cup from her fine china and glassware collection in her Laverock, Pa., home on Friday, February 16, 2018. This painted cup had been part of her mother-in-law’s collection.

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An Eagles fan on stilts talks with a Philadelphia Police officer on Thursday morning, February 8, 2018 prior to the start of the Eagles Super Bowl victory parade.

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Eagles fans climb a trash truck parked on Broad Street near Arch during a city-wide celebration after the Eagles won Super Bowl LII on Sunday night, February 4, 2018, in a 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots.

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