DemDaily: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

December 22, 2016

As Americans prepare for the holidays, and a much-needed rest from a weary year of politics, pundits and protests, many major publications have released their collection of the Year in Pictures.

They are a reminder that, while we have endured many challenges on the home front, they pale in comparison to those who fight for democracy and mere survival worldwide.

May the images also inspire you and remind you of the freedoms we have as U.S. citizens, and our obligation as a country, and as individuals, to keep fighting for what we believe in every day.

For your benefit, DemList has compiled the links and a few highlights for our followers.

Happy Holidays to all!

2016 in Pictures

 

Travis Dove, New York Times

3/9/2016 - FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
Protesters were removed from a rally for Donald J. Trump. At the event, Mr. Trump lamented the "good old days" when, he said, they would have been treated more harshly.

 

Josh Haner, New York Times

7/28/2016 - PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia, onstage at the end of the Democratic National Convention.

 

Chang W. Lee, New York Times

8/7/2016 - RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL
The American gymnast Simone Biles performed on the uneven bars at the Olympics gymnastics arena. She won four gold medals at the Games.

Mahmoud Raslan, Aleppo Media Center

8/17/2016 - ALEPPO, SYRIA
Omran Daqneesh, 5, was rescued after an airstrike. The image of his dust-and blood-covered face quickly captured the world's attention.

Emilio Morenatti, Associated Press

8/29/2016 - SABRATHA, LIBYA
Migrants, mostly from Eritrea, jumped into the water as they were rescued. Encountering about 20 boats, nongovernmental groups and Italian naval ships saved about 3,000 people in the day's operation.

 

Jason Miller, Getty Images

11/3/2016 - CLEVELAND, OHIO
The Chicago Cubs celebrated their World Series victory, the team's first in 108 years, as a Cleveland Indians player walked away.

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