1 year of E&P's "Photo of the Month"

"Juneteenth" E&P Photo of the Month for September, 2023

Candi Phillips of Rosenberg, Texas dressed as a slave during a Juneteenth ceremony hosted by Attack Poverty on Saturday, June 17th in North Rosenberg, Texas. She sang a song about change and changed out of her slave clothing and shackles into a graduation gown and then a doctor’s white lab coat — all possible, she says, thanks to God’s love. Phillips also had on display a large collection of authentic slave shackles, leg bracelets and chains, as well as original slave auction posters and newspaper clippings.

"MacBeth" E&P Photo of the Month for July/ August, 2023

The Duluth Denfeld (Minn.) High School Theatre Department performed MacBeth before a large audience on the lawn outside the school's front entrance. Howie Hanson, publisher, DuluthTimes.com, Duluth, Minnesota

"Fire in Richmond, Indiana" E&P Photo of the Month for June, 2023

Crews from multiple departments work to extinguish a fire at an industrial facility Tuesday, April 11, 2023 in Richmond, Indiana. The 14-acre site was used to store various kinds of plastic for recycling and resale. People who lived within a half-mile of the plant were told to evacuate and a large column of black smoke could be seen for miles. NICK GRAHAM/JOURNAL-NEWS

"Opening Day" E&P Photo of the Month, May 2023

General view of T-Mobile Park during the national anthem before an Opening Day game between the Cleveland Guardians and Seattle Mariners on March 30, 2023, in Seattle, Washington.

"Mardi Gras" E&P Photo of the Month for April 2023

The Boeuf Gras float turns onto Canal Street on Mardi Gras Day in New Orleans, Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2023.
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