Elistene Gerneus washes himself in a stream by his home in Los Cacaos, Haiti. Earlier that year, he paid a smuggler to take him to the Dominican Republic, where he lived for a year and was robbed multiple times. "I'd rather just stay here, even if I'm suffering," he said. "I would rather be here in this shanty house planting and eating beans than go back. They almost killed me."
Nebraska state senator Colby Coash, a conservative who fought for the repeal of the death penalty in Nebraska.
Nehemiah in the Near South neighborhood of Lincoln, Nebraska.
A man and a woman watch a Native American dance performance outside the Sheldon Museum of Art in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Dreamer and Ronnie in the Near South neighborhood of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Roger, his caretaker Carla and his dog in Emerald, Nebraska.
Brianna Soukup at O'Rourke's Tavern in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Amanda Huckins at The Commons in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Berlinda, a 10-year-old Haitian living in the Dominican Republic, cleans her family's home in El Cercado, Dominican Republic in December 2013. In September 2013, the DR Supreme Court ruled that citizenship can only be granted to children born to one Dominican parent since 1929, so Berlinda, whose parents are both Haitian, will not receive citizenship.
A woman in the Near South neighborhood of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Alyson Osterbuhr in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Vince Powers, chairman of the Nebraska Democratic Party in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Madeline Cass at Wilderness Park in Lincoln, Nebraska.