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President Barack Obama with kids over the years.

Photos by Times photographers Doug Mills, Stephen Crowley, Damon Winter, Drew Angerer and Zach Gibson

A President Who Inspired Big Dreams, and Big Smiles, in a Young Generation

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Images of the Obama family have popped up in many Chicago homes and businesses.

At Home With Barack and Michelle

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Lower East Side residents showed solidarity, hand-in-hand, to protest the forceful Tompkins Square Park closure in Manhattan. June 1991.

Photo: Q. Sakamaki

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Her crisp, compelling photographs of dancers and actors at work recorded nearly half a century of stage history.

Martha Swope, 88, Who Etched Dance and Theater History in Photographs, Dies

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This was the last period when demonstrators could march freely in New York without being restricted by metal police barriers — and the last time photographers moved so freely among them.

The Golden Era of New York Street Protests

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He first announced his decision in a series of tweets, saying that he was disavowing the work. In language that echoed Donald Trump’s rhetoric, he called his own work “fake” and added, “I denounce.”

Richard Prince, Protesting Trump, Returns Art Payment

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“Migrant workers are invisible people,” Xyza Bacani said. “We are like air. People need us but they don’t see us. We exist to please them, to serve them, but they don’t really see us as part of the society.”

Once 'Invisible,' She Now Photographs Other Domestic Workers

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January 1961: “If manners makyth man, the subway surely unmakyth him.”

Photo: Sam Falk/The New York Times (via instagram.com/nytarchives)

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Ethereal photos by Ming Smith, the first African American female photographer whose work was acquired by the Museum of Modern Art.

A Photographer Who Made 'Ghosts' Visible

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“There are a billion people living in Africa. We should make sure the visuals we get reflect our worldview.”

Who Is Telling Africa's Stories?

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Sory Sanlé documented vibrant periods during the two decades that followed Burkina Faso’s independence from France.

A Witness to Youth Culture in Burkina Faso

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"A smartphone becomes the modern substitute for having an imagination. ... But I’m not complaining!"

Letter of Recommendation: Instagram Explore

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An Edward Steichen coffee mug, perhaps? How about a limited-edition print of a Prince-related New Yorker cover? Inside the selling of a deep archive.

For Sale: Condé Nast Treasures

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These women and girls are treated as untouchables during their periods.

In Nepal, a Monthly Exile for Women

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"The datelines blur into one American story, captured in all its breadth by Mr. Franco and his camera."

Seeing America Through Ángel Franco’s Eyes

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“This picture persuades me how wrong Barthes was when he posited a 'rather terrible thing which is there in every photograph: the return of the dead.' There’s nothing terrible about it, and the dead do the only thing they can do: They stay dead.”

The Mysteries of Our Family Snapshots

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He lost limbs in Afghanistan. But a love story and children awaited him.

A Love Story and Twins for a Combat Veteran Amputee

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