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The 2014 Pulitzer Prize photography Winners and Finalists
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners
Breaking News Photography
Awarded to Tyler Hicks of The New York Times for his compelling ...
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners
Feature Photography
Awarded to Josh Haner of The New York Times for his moving essay on a
...
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners
Breaking News Photography
Awarded to Tyler Hicks of The New York Times for his compelling ...
A woman tried to shelter children from gunfire by Somali militants at the Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya, in an attack th...
Plainclothes officers rushed into the mall and Hicks accompanied them, knowing well that many terrorists remained inside a...
Inside, soldiers searched for militants in stores where Hicks and many other expatriates regularly shopped. (Tyler Hicks, ...
A fire broke out at the mall as the siege went on for several days. Police cordoned off the mall, frustrating Hicks in his...
Victims and witnesses of all colors helped each other outside. Hicks is an experienced combat photographer, but said he ha...
Frightened bystanders took cover in a nearby forest. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 23, 2013)
Police and security officers helped civilians escape. The mall had been criticized for lax security. (Tyler Hicks, The New...
In a hastily abandoned cafe, soldiers and security officers tried to isolate the attackers and herd civilians to safety. T...
Escaping shoppers had to pass shattered windows and bodies. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 21, 2013)
Security forces searched floor by floor for the gunmen. Hicks said the photos could be so honest and true because the subj...
One woman had hidden in an air vent of a sushi restaurant. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 21, 2013)
A week after the siege ended, when some shopkeepers were permitted to return, suspicions arose that the Kenyan military ha...
A section of the mall's parking lot crumbled, sending vehicles tumbling into an enormous, smoking pit. (Tyler Hicks, The N...
After the siege came the funerals. Simon Kamau, 4 years old, watched as his 26-year-old mother, a cashier at a supermarket...
Family, friends and colleagues of Ruth Njeri Macharia, 27, at her funeral. She worked at a restaurant called Urban Gourmet...
At a memorial service a month after the massacre, trees were planted in memory of those who were killed and a memorial gar...
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners
Feature Photography
Awarded to Josh Haner of The New York Times for his moving essay on a
...
Jeff Bauman rests during occupational therapy at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital less than a month after having his lowe...
Bauman's eyelashes were scorched in the blast. They had been long and bristly. Now, they were growing back, only slower th...
With his strength and balance improving, Bauman no longer needed a slide board (in back of his wheelchair) to move from th...
His mother, Patty, took time off work as a waitress to attend to him and navigate the paperwork associated with his treatm...
A month after the bombings, Bauman had the sutures removed from what was left of his legs at Boston Medical. Outside, a fl...
Bauman wore netting to keep his bandages in place. In addition to losing much of his legs, he sustained burns on his back ...
Bauman shares a joke with his girlfriend Erin Hurley at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. He had been at the marathon fin...
Initially, he could not stand to see his amputated legs, but he gradually grew more comfortable with them. Several days af...
Hanging out with friends, who were wearing bracelets with the words 'Bauman Strong' on one side and 'April 15, 2013' on th...
Bauman and Carlos Arredondo, the bystander who had helped him, were introduced at Fenway Park on May 28 before throwing th...
Shooting at a clay pigeon at a friend's bachelor party.
At home, he packed three tablets of the painkiller oxycodone in a baggie before going to a restaurant for his father's 53r...
Casts of his thighs were made to build the sockets for his prosthetic legs. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 21, 2013)
With his energy returning, Bauman was able to get out of the house more. Long stretches in his wheelchair make him sore, a...
At home in the apartment he shares with his mother in Chelmsford, Mass., Bauman was agitated that she could not find one o...
Bauman's not-quite-finished prosthetic legs with their size-10.5 sneakers. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 31, 2013)
At a final fitting for his prosthetic legs, Bauman walked on his own for the first time since the day of the marathon. His...
After a long day, Bauman's legs were sore when his girlfriend Erin, arrived. She had recently started doing yoga near his ...
Bauman underwent physical therapy. His left leg was much weaker than his right, which made it more challenging. (Josh Hane...
Invited by the Boston Bruins to appear before Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals, Bauman stood and took a few steps, accompa...
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners
Finalist Breaking News Photography
John Tlumacki and David L. Ryan of The Boston Globe. Fo...
Chaos ensued at the finish line of the Boston Marathon when two bombs exploded on Monday afternoon, injuring dozens and ki...
The day began as a beautiful, sun-filled, and joyful time as runners completed the 26.2-mile trek from Hopkinton to Boston.
But the tenor of Marathon Day changed quickly when the first of two successive bombs exploded along Boylston Street just b...
A short time later, the once-joyous finish line scene had become a crime scene under lockdown.
The jolt of the first blast knocked this runner to the ground and prompted police to spring into action.
Seconds later, another explosion rocked the street several blocks away from the finish line.
To reach the injured, bystanders had to tear down a makeshift fence that had been built for the marathon.
Police and marathon officials struggled to remove the barriers.
The blast created a smoky haze that contributed to the confusion that reigned in the ensuing minutes.
This man comforted one of the victims along the sidewalk.
First responders sprang into action to help the injured people.
The scene along the sidewalk near the bombing was gruesome.
Bomb victims are pushed to safety.
A victim of the explosion is helped onto a stretcher.
Wheelchairs that were on standby for runners who needed help at the finish line were put into use for those injured by the...
First responders wheeled away one of the injured on a stretcher.
Another injured person was carried away by first responders.
The blasts blew out windows and left a trail of debris along Boylston Street.
The blasts left an indelible image on the Boston Marathon, which will likely be forever changed by Monday's tragedy.
This woman dropped to her kneels in reflection after the blasts.
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners
Finalist Breaking News Photography
Goran Tomasevic of Reuters. For his sequence of photogr...
Free Syrian Army fighters take a break from clashes in a coffee shop in Aleppo August 12, 2012.
A Free Syrian Army fighter reacts after his friend was shot by Syrian Army soldiers during clashes in Salah al-Din neighbo...
A Free Syrian Army fighter takes cover during clashes with Syrian Army in the Salaheddine neighbourhood of central Aleppo ...
A Free Syrian Army fighter helps a woman to run across a street during clashes in Aleppo August 12, 2012.
A Free Syrian Army fighter prepares to fire a RPG as a Syrian Army tank shell hits a building across a street during a hea...
A Free Syrian Army fighter drags a dead man shot in Salaheddine neighborhood in Aleppo out of the line of sniper fire Augu...
A Free Syrian Army fighter carries the body of a fellow fighter during clashes in Aleppo August 16, 2012.
Free Syrian Army fighters take a break from the clashes in the Salaheddine neighborhood of central Aleppo in this August 1...
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners
Finalist Feature Photography
Lacy Atkins of San Francisco Chronicle. For her revealing por...
Kindergartner Isaiah Cummings, of the 100 Black Men of the Bay Area Community School, counts as he works on a mathematical...
Fourth grader Naias Johnson rests his head as he listens to teacher Max Stafford-Glenn, Wednesday October 3, 2012, at the1...
Sixth grader Saud Nasir listens to Oakland police officer Damon Gilbert as he talks about working on the streets, during c...
Teacher Mr. Max Stafford-Glenn leads his fourth grade students in a cheer as the class from the100 Black Men Community Cha...
Dress shirt, vest, and a tie is the school uniforms for all students, most of the days of the week, Tuesday October 2, 201...
Jeremiah Forrest-Little and Caleb Powell talk with each other in the kindergarden class, Thursday May 16, 2013, at the 100...
The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners
Finalist Feature Photography
Michael Williamson of The Washington Post. For his portfolio ...
Austin Davis, 1, munches on a slice of wheat bread (he was too young for a full sandwich) on the Lunch Express bus. The bu...
Children make their way off the Lunch Express bus after getting a meal. Scores of poor children are served lunch each week...
Six-year-old Hannah Knight, left, and Kaylee Arwood, 4, eat Lunchables as part of their meal. Apple slices, fruit cups and...
Jeremy Castro, 4, in his Batman costume, peers through a fence at his home in Alamo, Tex. At far left is his brother Pablo...
Christopher Vasquez, 5, right, hoists his brother Joel, 1, from a bucket where he was bathing in McAllen, Tex. Another bro...
William Bobola, 75, is among scores of Woonsocket, R.I., residents who have waited in line to get a bag of food at Bryan's...
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  • Realmente impactantes, hay situaciones a las que uno nunca se habitúa.Gracias Olga.Excelente trabajo.Un abrazo.
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  1. 1. The 2014 Pulitzer Prize photography Winners and Finalists
  2. 2. The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners Breaking News Photography Awarded to Tyler Hicks of The New York Times for his compelling pictures that showed skill and bravery in documenting the unfolding terrorist attack at Westgate mall in Kenya. Finalists Also nominated as finalists in this category were John Tlumacki and David L. Ryanof The Boston Globe for their searing photographs that captured the shock, chaos and heroism after the bloody Boston Marathon bombings; and Goran Tomasevic of Reuters for his sequence of photographs that chronicle two hours of fierce combat on the rebel frontline in Syria's civil war.
  3. 3. The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners Feature Photography Awarded to Josh Haner of The New York Times for his moving essay on a Boston Marathon bomb blast victim who lost most of both legs and now is painfully rebuilding his life. Finalists Also nominated as finalists in this category were Lacy Atkins of the San Francisco Chronicle for her revealing portrait of an Oakland school's efforts to help African-American boys avoid neighborhood risks and profit from education; and Michael Williamson of The Washington Post for his portfolio of pictures exploring the multi-faceted impact of the nation’s food stamp program on 47 million recipients.
  4. 4. The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners Breaking News Photography Awarded to Tyler Hicks of The New York Times for his compelling pictures that showed skill and bravery in documenting the unfolding terrorist attack at Westgate mall in Kenya.
  5. 5. A woman tried to shelter children from gunfire by Somali militants at the Westgate mall in Nairobi, Kenya, in an attack that killed more than 70 people. Tyler Hicks made this photo from a floor above, in an exposed area where the police feared for his safety. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 23, 2013)
  6. 6. Plainclothes officers rushed into the mall and Hicks accompanied them, knowing well that many terrorists remained inside and fearing not only guns but explosives around every corner. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 22, 2013)
  7. 7. Inside, soldiers searched for militants in stores where Hicks and many other expatriates regularly shopped. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 27, 2013)
  8. 8. A fire broke out at the mall as the siege went on for several days. Police cordoned off the mall, frustrating Hicks in his attempt to learn the fates of the hostages inside. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 23, 2013)
  9. 9. Victims and witnesses of all colors helped each other outside. Hicks is an experienced combat photographer, but said he had never seen anything like this. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 21, 2013)
  10. 10. Frightened bystanders took cover in a nearby forest. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 23, 2013)
  11. 11. Police and security officers helped civilians escape. The mall had been criticized for lax security. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 27, 2013)
  12. 12. In a hastily abandoned cafe, soldiers and security officers tried to isolate the attackers and herd civilians to safety. They found many bodies in stores. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 21, 2013)
  13. 13. Escaping shoppers had to pass shattered windows and bodies. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 21, 2013)
  14. 14. Security forces searched floor by floor for the gunmen. Hicks said the photos could be so honest and true because the subjects 'are not focused on you -- they're just doing their jobs.' (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 21, 2013
  15. 15. One woman had hidden in an air vent of a sushi restaurant. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 21, 2013)
  16. 16. A week after the siege ended, when some shopkeepers were permitted to return, suspicions arose that the Kenyan military had looted the place. Expensive clothing was gone. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 30, 2013)
  17. 17. A section of the mall's parking lot crumbled, sending vehicles tumbling into an enormous, smoking pit. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 30, 2013)
  18. 18. After the siege came the funerals. Simon Kamau, 4 years old, watched as his 26-year-old mother, a cashier at a supermarket in the mall, was buried. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - October 2, 2013)
  19. 19. Family, friends and colleagues of Ruth Njeri Macharia, 27, at her funeral. She worked at a restaurant called Urban Gourmet Burgers. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - September 27, 2013)
  20. 20. At a memorial service a month after the massacre, trees were planted in memory of those who were killed and a memorial garden was dedicated. (Tyler Hicks, The New York Times - October 22, 2013)
  21. 21. The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners Feature Photography Awarded to Josh Haner of The New York Times for his moving essay on a Boston Marathon bomb blast victim who lost most of both legs and now is painfully rebuilding his life.
  22. 22. Jeff Bauman rests during occupational therapy at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital less than a month after having his lower legs blown off in the first of two pressure cooker bombs that exploded at the Boston Marathon. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 8, 2013)
  23. 23. Bauman's eyelashes were scorched in the blast. They had been long and bristly. Now, they were growing back, only slower than he'd liked. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - June 5, 2013)
  24. 24. With his strength and balance improving, Bauman no longer needed a slide board (in back of his wheelchair) to move from the chair to his therapy mat at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 7, 2013)
  25. 25. His mother, Patty, took time off work as a waitress to attend to him and navigate the paperwork associated with his treatment. She was responsible for getting him to appointments which were scattered across Boston. Here, he is late for an appointment to discuss different prosthetic leg options. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 15,2013)
  26. 26. A month after the bombings, Bauman had the sutures removed from what was left of his legs at Boston Medical. Outside, a flag flew at half-staff in honor of the victims. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 15, 2013)
  27. 27. Bauman wore netting to keep his bandages in place. In addition to losing much of his legs, he sustained burns on his back and a deep puncture wound in his upper right arm. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 8, 2013)
  28. 28. Bauman shares a joke with his girlfriend Erin Hurley at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. He had been at the marathon finish line waiting for her to complete the race when the bombs went off. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 8, 2013)
  29. 29. Initially, he could not stand to see his amputated legs, but he gradually grew more comfortable with them. Several days after the sutures came out, he had his first appointment with a prosthetist. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 21, 2013)
  30. 30. Hanging out with friends, who were wearing bracelets with the words 'Bauman Strong' on one side and 'April 15, 2013' on the other. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 28, 2013)
  31. 31. Bauman and Carlos Arredondo, the bystander who had helped him, were introduced at Fenway Park on May 28 before throwing the ceremonial first pitch for a Boston Red Sox game. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 28, 2013)
  32. 32. Shooting at a clay pigeon at a friend's bachelor party.
  33. 33. At home, he packed three tablets of the painkiller oxycodone in a baggie before going to a restaurant for his father's 53rd birthday. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 16, 2013)
  34. 34. Casts of his thighs were made to build the sockets for his prosthetic legs. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 21, 2013)
  35. 35. With his energy returning, Bauman was able to get out of the house more. Long stretches in his wheelchair make him sore, and he cannot go up stairs yet. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 20, 2013)
  36. 36. At home in the apartment he shares with his mother in Chelmsford, Mass., Bauman was agitated that she could not find one of his prescriptions. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 10, 2013)
  37. 37. Bauman's not-quite-finished prosthetic legs with their size-10.5 sneakers. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 31, 2013)
  38. 38. At a final fitting for his prosthetic legs, Bauman walked on his own for the first time since the day of the marathon. His girlfriend Erin, looked at him and said, 'I love that you're standing right now,' before coming around to steady him and kiss him. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 31, 2013)
  39. 39. After a long day, Bauman's legs were sore when his girlfriend Erin, arrived. She had recently started doing yoga near his house and was spending most nights sharing his bed at his mother's apartment, living out of her car. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - May 21, 2013)
  40. 40. Bauman underwent physical therapy. His left leg was much weaker than his right, which made it more challenging. (Josh Haner, The New York Times - June 26, 2013)
  41. 41. Invited by the Boston Bruins to appear before Game 6 of the Stanley Cup finals, Bauman stood and took a few steps, accompanied by his outpatient physical therapist, Michelle Kerr. At left, in the cowboy hat, is Carlos Arredondo, a bystander who helped Bauman shortly after the bombs detonated. Jeff did not want to appear, but his mother encouraged him and eventually convinced him, saying, 'this country needs some hope right now.' (Josh Haner, The New York Times - June 24, 2013)
  42. 42. The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners Finalist Breaking News Photography John Tlumacki and David L. Ryan of The Boston Globe. For their searing photographs that captured the shock, chaos and heroism after the bloody Boston Marathon bombings.
  43. 43. Chaos ensued at the finish line of the Boston Marathon when two bombs exploded on Monday afternoon, injuring dozens and killing several.
  44. 44. The day began as a beautiful, sun-filled, and joyful time as runners completed the 26.2-mile trek from Hopkinton to Boston.
  45. 45. But the tenor of Marathon Day changed quickly when the first of two successive bombs exploded along Boylston Street just before 3 p.m.
  46. 46. A short time later, the once-joyous finish line scene had become a crime scene under lockdown.
  47. 47. The jolt of the first blast knocked this runner to the ground and prompted police to spring into action.
  48. 48. Seconds later, another explosion rocked the street several blocks away from the finish line.
  49. 49. To reach the injured, bystanders had to tear down a makeshift fence that had been built for the marathon.
  50. 50. Police and marathon officials struggled to remove the barriers.
  51. 51. The blast created a smoky haze that contributed to the confusion that reigned in the ensuing minutes.
  52. 52. This man comforted one of the victims along the sidewalk.
  53. 53. First responders sprang into action to help the injured people.
  54. 54. The scene along the sidewalk near the bombing was gruesome.
  55. 55. Bomb victims are pushed to safety.
  56. 56. A victim of the explosion is helped onto a stretcher.
  57. 57. Wheelchairs that were on standby for runners who needed help at the finish line were put into use for those injured by the blasts.
  58. 58. First responders wheeled away one of the injured on a stretcher.
  59. 59. Another injured person was carried away by first responders.
  60. 60. The blasts blew out windows and left a trail of debris along Boylston Street.
  61. 61. The blasts left an indelible image on the Boston Marathon, which will likely be forever changed by Monday's tragedy.
  62. 62. This woman dropped to her kneels in reflection after the blasts.
  63. 63. The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners Finalist Breaking News Photography Goran Tomasevic of Reuters. For his sequence of photographs that chronicle two hours of fierce combat on the rebel frontline in Syria’s civil war.
  64. 64. Free Syrian Army fighters take a break from clashes in a coffee shop in Aleppo August 12, 2012.
  65. 65. A Free Syrian Army fighter reacts after his friend was shot by Syrian Army soldiers during clashes in Salah al-Din neighborhood in central Aleppo August 4, 2012.
  66. 66. A Free Syrian Army fighter takes cover during clashes with Syrian Army in the Salaheddine neighbourhood of central Aleppo August 7, 2012.
  67. 67. A Free Syrian Army fighter helps a woman to run across a street during clashes in Aleppo August 12, 2012.
  68. 68. A Free Syrian Army fighter prepares to fire a RPG as a Syrian Army tank shell hits a building across a street during a heavy fighting in Salaheddine neighborhood of central Aleppo August 11, 2012
  69. 69. A Free Syrian Army fighter drags a dead man shot in Salaheddine neighborhood in Aleppo out of the line of sniper fire August 13, 2012.
  70. 70. A Free Syrian Army fighter carries the body of a fellow fighter during clashes in Aleppo August 16, 2012.
  71. 71. Free Syrian Army fighters take a break from the clashes in the Salaheddine neighborhood of central Aleppo in this August 17, 2012
  72. 72. The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners Finalist Feature Photography Lacy Atkins of San Francisco Chronicle. For her revealing portrait of an Oakland school’s efforts to help African-American boys avoid neighborhood risks and profit from education.
  73. 73. Kindergartner Isaiah Cummings, of the 100 Black Men of the Bay Area Community School, counts as he works on a mathematical question during class.
  74. 74. Fourth grader Naias Johnson rests his head as he listens to teacher Max Stafford-Glenn, Wednesday October 3, 2012, at the100 Black Men Charter School in Oakland, Calif.
  75. 75. Sixth grader Saud Nasir listens to Oakland police officer Damon Gilbert as he talks about working on the streets, during career day, Tuesday May 21, 2013, at the 100 Black Men Community Charter School in Oakland, Calif.
  76. 76. Teacher Mr. Max Stafford-Glenn leads his fourth grade students in a cheer as the class from the100 Black Men Community Charter School, leave for a Walnut Creek on a field trip, Tuesday December 11, 2012, in Oakland, Calif.
  77. 77. Dress shirt, vest, and a tie is the school uniforms for all students, most of the days of the week, Tuesday October 2, 2012, at the100 Black Men Community Charter School in Oakland, Calif. On Friday it's college day so the schools and faculty wear a sweat shirt with their favorite college name or the 100 black men yellow t-shirt.
  78. 78. Jeremiah Forrest-Little and Caleb Powell talk with each other in the kindergarden class, Thursday May 16, 2013, at the 100 Black Men Community Charter School in Oakland, Calif.
  79. 79. The 2014 Pulitzer Prize Winners Finalist Feature Photography Michael Williamson of The Washington Post. For his portfolio of pictures exploring the multi-faceted impact of the nation’s food stamp program on 47 million recipients.
  80. 80. Austin Davis, 1, munches on a slice of wheat bread (he was too young for a full sandwich) on the Lunch Express bus. The bus is how the Agriculture Department's food stamp program reaches the kids who rely on free school meals when they are on summer vacation. It visits trailer parks, housing developments and rural homes in the hollows.
  81. 81. Children make their way off the Lunch Express bus after getting a meal. Scores of poor children are served lunch each weekday in the areas around Greeneville, Tenn. Because so many poor families do not have access to transportation, the bus comes to them. They must eat on the bus and finish within 15 minutes because the vehicle must make many stops over a wide area every day.
  82. 82. Six-year-old Hannah Knight, left, and Kaylee Arwood, 4, eat Lunchables as part of their meal. Apple slices, fruit cups and low-fat chocolate milk also were offered.
  83. 83. Jeremy Castro, 4, in his Batman costume, peers through a fence at his home in Alamo, Tex. At far left is his brother Pablo, 6; at center is his sister, Emily, 13, holding brother Jaime, 2. They live in Hidalgo County, one the poorest and fastest-growing counties in the United States and one where obesity is a mounting problem.
  84. 84. Christopher Vasquez, 5, right, hoists his brother Joel, 1, from a bucket where he was bathing in McAllen, Tex. Another brother, Julio, 2, left, seems content. Their mother, Francesca Vasquez, was approached by nutrition educators and asked to participate in the program. She agreed to hold a meeting at her home.
  85. 85. William Bobola, 75, is among scores of Woonsocket, R.I., residents who have waited in line to get a bag of food at Bryan's Food Pantry in the basement of St. Charles Church. He lives on a fixed income and receives food stamps, but it was the last day of the month, and he, like many others, had run out of many items. He gets food (mostly tuna, peanut butter and pasta) for himself and his 36- year-old daughter, who has a disability and lives with him.
  86. 86. end cast The 2014 Pulitzer Prize photography Winners and Finalists images credit www. Music Loreena McKennitt created o.e. thanks for watching
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