John Floyd smiles as he leaves the Hale Boggs Federal Building and Court House in New Orleans, Thursday, June 22, 2017. In 1982, Floyd was imprisoned after wrongly accused of fatally stabbing Times-Picayune copy editor, William Hines.

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Flag Boy Fi Yi Yi and the Mandingo Warriors, who prefers not to give his name, wears a suit of beads and green feathers on Mardi Gras Day as he walks through Treme in New Orleans, Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2020.

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New Orleans Pelicans guard Darius Morris (9) poses for a portrait during Pelicans Media Day at the Pelicans Practice Facility in Metairie, Monday, Sept. 24, 2018.

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Elevate Hair, New Orleans, 2019.

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Al Copeland Jr. reflects into a portrait of his father at Copeland Tower in Metairie, La., Tuesday, June 26, 2018. Al Copeland Jr. continues his father's legacy with the Al Copeland Foundation to fund cancer research.

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Holocaust survivor Margit Meissner visits the new exhibit on Nazi propaganda for the first time at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, 2017.

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Artist Michael Deas poses at his French Quarter home and studio in New Orleans, Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Deas designed 23 U.S. commemorative stamps and 21 other stamps including ones of Tennessee Williams and Marilyn Monroe. Deas also designed the Columbia Pictures logo.

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Unemployed Ridell Parker, 26, poses under the North Claiborne Avenue overpass in New Orleans, Saturday, May 18, 2019.

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Dr. Stephen Hales, 2017 King of the Rex Mardi Gras Parade, poses for a portrait at his home in Uptown, New Orleans, 2017.

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Solange Mallett stands in front of a wall of African tribal masks in her gallery called African Plural Art in San Francisco, California.

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Roy Blaum talks about keeping his store open at Roy's Knife and Archery Shop, amid the coronavirus pandemic in Covington, La., Thursday, April 30, 2020. Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards announced earlier this week some businesses had been closed that did not need to be closed during his extending stay-at-home order. Roy Blaum claimed his store is an essential business and remained opened.

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Sidney Torres poses at Cafe Amelie in New Orleans, Thursday February 23, 2017.

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Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo and Nancy Wang rehearse the two-person show "Red Alter" in their home in the Mission in San Francisco, California.

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Performer Clay Mazing spins guns with fire in New Orleans, May 8, 2017.

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Todd Juluke poses in Sidney's Saloon, his old stomping grounds in New Orleans, Monday September 14, 2015. Todd Juluke was a drug dealer who was addicted to crack and went in and out of prison.  Juluke is now working as a diversion counselor for DA Leon Cannizzaro, who as a judge sent Juluke away on 10-year sentence in a drug case. With Cannizzaro's backing, Juluke will seek clemency.

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