President Barack Obama takes the stage at the University of Cincinnati in 2008.
Britni Bicknaver, a Cincinnati-based artist, inside the Contemporary Arts Center in downtown Cincinnati.
Amy Brown and her family have been living on bottle water supplied by Duke Energy in Dukeville, North Carolina. Brown has been on the forefront of a community's fight against the utility company for clean water resulting from possible coal ash contamination.
J.P. Smith is a former drug addict who is HIV-positive resulting from IV drug use. The resident of Vancouver, B.C. spends his days as an outreach worker helping people get off the streets.
Jonn Schenz, owner of Schenz Theatrical Supplies in Cincinnati, Ohio, has been supplying the bunny costumes for the White House Easter celebration for the past 30 years.
Corrie Loeffler, downtown Cincinnati resident, who produces a popular soup blog every February which she calls "Soupuary."
Clyde Gray, long-time anchor and reporter at Scripps station WCPO in Cincinnati, Ohio, retired in August of 2014 after more than 25 years in news.
Marian Spencer, longtime civil rights activist, looks at a photo of her late husband and herself with President Barack Obama.
Longtime civil rights activist Marian Spencer insider her home in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Carlee Clemons, 18 of Burlington, Ky. has spent her entire youth participating in 4-H competitions. With college just around the corner, Clemons participates in her last 4-H competition in August 2014.