Mike Tierney of Tierney Guitars, photographed in his showroom in Philadelphia's Germantown neighborhood. | Photographed for JUMP Magazine

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Junior Ashton Dunkley warms up before drills during cross country practice at Heinz Trail in South Philadelphia. | Photographed for The Temple News

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India Fenner, the March for Black Women organizer, leads a group of march participants up Broad Street while banging drums on Friday afternoon, August 25. | Photographed for Billy Penn

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Kadidja Case, a Southwest Philly resident, gave a heartfelt spoken word poem about what it's like to be a black woman alongside her friend, Shirmina Smith, also from Southwest Philly. The duo spoke to a crowd of over 100 people before the march began to make its way up Broad Street. | Photographed for Billy Penn

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Honeybees gather on their hive frame at Glen Foerd in Northeast Philadelphia on Aug. 30. This hive frame is one of many that 2014 horticulture alumnus Sam Torres maintains. | Photographed for The Temple News

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Hundreds of people brought their dancing shoes and gathered at the Piazza’s debut of its monthly First Friday Salsa Night on Friday, Sept. 1, in Philadelphia's Northern Liberties neighborhood. A free salsa dancing lesson was given by Jackie Fisher, the executive director of the Philadelphia Dance Foundation. | Photographed for The Temple News

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Construction for Temple University's new library on Liacouras and Polett walks continues to progress. The 210,000 square foot building is set to be completed during the 2018-19 academic year. | Photographed for The Temple News

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Gad and Shiko, ages 5 and 10, photographed in their bedroom in Naivasha, Kenya.

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In southern Kenya, a tribe of more than 160 Maasai people live out their tribe's authentic original culture and values. A group of Maasai men welcome visitors by performing a special welcome song and dance.

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The Maasai people are one of the most famous tribes in the world. Many African tribes have adopted a western lifestyle, however, the Maasai people live out their original traditions and beliefs. 

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In Nairobi, Kenya, brothers Daniel and Mathias, ages 5 and 10, color in coloring books outside their apartment door on the morning of May 1. 

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