Black farmers in the U.S. have been discriminated against for decades. In 1920, Black-run farms made up about 14 percent of the total in the U.S. Today, Black farms make up only 2 percent of farms in the U.S.
(Photo by The Field Negro) Photo used under CC BY
A U.S. Marine gives an Afghan girl some candy during a security operation in Khowst Province, Afghanistan. With the U.S. and other NATO forces having begun withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, many fear a resurgent Taliban, or even a civil war.
(Photo by U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. James L. Yarboro) Photo used under CC BY