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Pete Souza/The White House
President-elect Barack Obama walks to the podium for his Inauguration as the 44th President at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 20, 2009.
Here, look back at photos from chief official White House photographer Pete Souza’s photographs from Obama’s first term.

timelightbox:

Pete Souza/The White House

President-elect Barack Obama walks to the podium for his Inauguration as the 44th President at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 20, 2009.

Here, look back at photos from chief official White House photographer Pete Souza’s photographs from Obama’s first term.

timelightbox:

Brooks Kraft—Corbis for TIME
President Obama and his team have spent the last two weeks crisscrossing the country to make their final appeals to voters. Veteran political photographer Brooks Kraft has been there to document the campaign’s final days. See the photos here on LightBox.
Pictured: Oct. 25, 2012. President Obama attends a campaign rally in Tampa.

timelightbox:

Brooks Kraft—Corbis for TIME

President Obama and his team have spent the last two weeks crisscrossing the country to make their final appeals to voters. Veteran political photographer Brooks Kraft has been there to document the campaign’s final days. See the photos here on LightBox.

Pictured: Oct. 25, 2012. President Obama attends a campaign rally in Tampa.

timelightbox:

Brooks Kraft for TIME
For years, TIME has created some of the most memorable campaign photography. Here, LightBox takes a look at the best of TIME’s commissioned political imagery from this election.
Pictured: President Obama speaks in the rain during a campaign rally in Glen Allen, Va. July 14, 2012.

timelightbox:

Brooks Kraft for TIME

For years, TIME has created some of the most memorable campaign photography. Here, LightBox takes a look at the best of TIME’s commissioned political imagery from this election.

Pictured: President Obama speaks in the rain during a campaign rally in Glen Allen, Va. July 14, 2012.

liberal-linguaphile:

imwithkanye:

Faces of #OcuppyWallStreet

Peter Lener
Occupation: Retired physician’s assistantAge: 71 

I just feel that I can act as a peace moderator among any kind of conflict … The economic issues are beyond me; the only thing I know is they’re dancing a jig on the backs of our children.

Dylan Novack
Occupation: UnemployedAge: 18
We occupy for accountability of those criminals on Wall Street. We occupy for revolution. 
Debra Goodman
Occupation: Cancer survivorAge: 50I’m very disappointed with the culture we Americans have developed. I want to try to make some positive change so my dear goddaughter can live in a better, sustainable world. 
Drisk
Occupation: Fair-trade activistAge: 24Our current economic and financial situation is unjust and unfair. The movement itself is a platform to list individual grievances. It’s become a mainstream movement because so many people can identify what’s wrong with our system.
Donna Baldwin 
Occupation: Retired ballerinaAge: 66Everyone is hurting. We need to have hope for the future.
Ed Morris
Occupation: Philosopher-writerAge: 70Our country has been so numb and so cruel and it’s great that people are waking up.



It’s Friday, here’s something beautiful.
liberal-linguaphile:

imwithkanye:

Faces of #OcuppyWallStreet

Peter Lener
Occupation: Retired physician’s assistantAge: 71 

I just feel that I can act as a peace moderator among any kind of conflict … The economic issues are beyond me; the only thing I know is they’re dancing a jig on the backs of our children.

Dylan Novack
Occupation: UnemployedAge: 18
We occupy for accountability of those criminals on Wall Street. We occupy for revolution. 
Debra Goodman
Occupation: Cancer survivorAge: 50I’m very disappointed with the culture we Americans have developed. I want to try to make some positive change so my dear goddaughter can live in a better, sustainable world. 
Drisk
Occupation: Fair-trade activistAge: 24Our current economic and financial situation is unjust and unfair. The movement itself is a platform to list individual grievances. It’s become a mainstream movement because so many people can identify what’s wrong with our system.
Donna Baldwin 
Occupation: Retired ballerinaAge: 66Everyone is hurting. We need to have hope for the future.
Ed Morris
Occupation: Philosopher-writerAge: 70Our country has been so numb and so cruel and it’s great that people are waking up.



It’s Friday, here’s something beautiful.
liberal-linguaphile:

imwithkanye:

Faces of #OcuppyWallStreet

Peter Lener
Occupation: Retired physician’s assistantAge: 71 

I just feel that I can act as a peace moderator among any kind of conflict … The economic issues are beyond me; the only thing I know is they’re dancing a jig on the backs of our children.

Dylan Novack
Occupation: UnemployedAge: 18
We occupy for accountability of those criminals on Wall Street. We occupy for revolution. 
Debra Goodman
Occupation: Cancer survivorAge: 50I’m very disappointed with the culture we Americans have developed. I want to try to make some positive change so my dear goddaughter can live in a better, sustainable world. 
Drisk
Occupation: Fair-trade activistAge: 24Our current economic and financial situation is unjust and unfair. The movement itself is a platform to list individual grievances. It’s become a mainstream movement because so many people can identify what’s wrong with our system.
Donna Baldwin 
Occupation: Retired ballerinaAge: 66Everyone is hurting. We need to have hope for the future.
Ed Morris
Occupation: Philosopher-writerAge: 70Our country has been so numb and so cruel and it’s great that people are waking up.



It’s Friday, here’s something beautiful.
liberal-linguaphile:

imwithkanye:

Faces of #OcuppyWallStreet

Peter Lener
Occupation: Retired physician’s assistantAge: 71 

I just feel that I can act as a peace moderator among any kind of conflict … The economic issues are beyond me; the only thing I know is they’re dancing a jig on the backs of our children.

Dylan Novack
Occupation: UnemployedAge: 18
We occupy for accountability of those criminals on Wall Street. We occupy for revolution. 
Debra Goodman
Occupation: Cancer survivorAge: 50I’m very disappointed with the culture we Americans have developed. I want to try to make some positive change so my dear goddaughter can live in a better, sustainable world. 
Drisk
Occupation: Fair-trade activistAge: 24Our current economic and financial situation is unjust and unfair. The movement itself is a platform to list individual grievances. It’s become a mainstream movement because so many people can identify what’s wrong with our system.
Donna Baldwin 
Occupation: Retired ballerinaAge: 66Everyone is hurting. We need to have hope for the future.
Ed Morris
Occupation: Philosopher-writerAge: 70Our country has been so numb and so cruel and it’s great that people are waking up.



It’s Friday, here’s something beautiful.
liberal-linguaphile:

imwithkanye:

Faces of #OcuppyWallStreet

Peter Lener
Occupation: Retired physician’s assistantAge: 71 

I just feel that I can act as a peace moderator among any kind of conflict … The economic issues are beyond me; the only thing I know is they’re dancing a jig on the backs of our children.

Dylan Novack
Occupation: UnemployedAge: 18
We occupy for accountability of those criminals on Wall Street. We occupy for revolution. 
Debra Goodman
Occupation: Cancer survivorAge: 50I’m very disappointed with the culture we Americans have developed. I want to try to make some positive change so my dear goddaughter can live in a better, sustainable world. 
Drisk
Occupation: Fair-trade activistAge: 24Our current economic and financial situation is unjust and unfair. The movement itself is a platform to list individual grievances. It’s become a mainstream movement because so many people can identify what’s wrong with our system.
Donna Baldwin 
Occupation: Retired ballerinaAge: 66Everyone is hurting. We need to have hope for the future.
Ed Morris
Occupation: Philosopher-writerAge: 70Our country has been so numb and so cruel and it’s great that people are waking up.



It’s Friday, here’s something beautiful.
liberal-linguaphile:

imwithkanye:

Faces of #OcuppyWallStreet

Peter Lener
Occupation: Retired physician’s assistantAge: 71 

I just feel that I can act as a peace moderator among any kind of conflict … The economic issues are beyond me; the only thing I know is they’re dancing a jig on the backs of our children.

Dylan Novack
Occupation: UnemployedAge: 18
We occupy for accountability of those criminals on Wall Street. We occupy for revolution. 
Debra Goodman
Occupation: Cancer survivorAge: 50I’m very disappointed with the culture we Americans have developed. I want to try to make some positive change so my dear goddaughter can live in a better, sustainable world. 
Drisk
Occupation: Fair-trade activistAge: 24Our current economic and financial situation is unjust and unfair. The movement itself is a platform to list individual grievances. It’s become a mainstream movement because so many people can identify what’s wrong with our system.
Donna Baldwin 
Occupation: Retired ballerinaAge: 66Everyone is hurting. We need to have hope for the future.
Ed Morris
Occupation: Philosopher-writerAge: 70Our country has been so numb and so cruel and it’s great that people are waking up.



It’s Friday, here’s something beautiful.

liberal-linguaphile:

imwithkanye:

Faces of #OcuppyWallStreet

Peter Lener

Occupation: Retired physician’s assistant
Age: 71 

I just feel that I can act as a peace moderator among any kind of conflict … The economic issues are beyond me; the only thing I know is they’re dancing a jig on the backs of our children.

Dylan Novack

Occupation: Unemployed
Age: 18

We occupy for accountability of those criminals on Wall Street. We occupy for revolution. 

Debra Goodman

Occupation: Cancer survivor
Age: 50

I’m very disappointed with the culture we Americans have developed. I want to try to make some positive change so my dear goddaughter can live in a better, sustainable world.
 

Drisk

Occupation: Fair-trade activist
Age: 24

Our current economic and financial situation is unjust and unfair. The movement itself is a platform to list individual grievances. It’s become a mainstream movement because so many people can identify what’s wrong with our system.

Donna Baldwin 

Occupation: Retired ballerina
Age: 66

Everyone is hurting. We need to have hope for the future.

Ed Morris

Occupation: Philosopher-writer
Age: 70

Our country has been so numb and so cruel and it’s great that people are waking up.

It’s Friday, here’s something beautiful.

(via kileyrae)

life:

Ten years ago, in the immediate aftermath of September 11, 2001, Joe McNally — LIFE magazine’s last-ever staff photographer — wondered how he might commemorate not only the victims of the terror attacks, but the survivors he saw working day after day, night after night, at Ground Zero. From that wrenching question, his monumental Faces of Ground Zero project was born.

life:

Ten years ago, in the immediate aftermath of September 11, 2001, Joe McNally — LIFE magazine’s last-ever staff photographer — wondered how he might commemorate not only the victims of the terror attacks, but the survivors he saw working day after day, night after night, at Ground Zero. From that wrenching question, his monumental Faces of Ground Zero project was born.