Washington, D.C. -- Thursday, May 7, 2020
Anna Hakes, 3, waits for a car to pass as she races down her family’s secluded back street in Washington, D.C. Hakes and some neighborhood friends were enjoying the beautiful weather and trying to burn off some unspent energy.
From NYT text:
The character of cities has always been defined by the tension between inequality and opportunity. Cities draw the very rich and the very poor, and the contrasts are impossible to ignore. But cities also provide the best opportunities for people to rise.
CREDIT: Alyssa Schukar for The New York Times