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Crowds in New York the night Donald Trump was elected as president. Today on Magnum Photos, Peter van Agtmael discusses tracing social issues in America, culminating in the current political climate.
Photo: Early in the morning after Election Day. People watch the returns coming in at Times Square. Donald J. Trump won the election in a startling reversal of expectation.
November 9th, 2016. NYC, USA. © @PvanAgtmael / #MagnumPhotos http://vnat.ca/1pSvANW

Repost @magnumphotos Crowds in New York the night Donald Trump was elected as president. Today on Magnum Photos, Peter van Agtmael discusses tracing social issues in America, culminating in the current political climate. Photo: Early in the morning after Election Day. People watch the returns coming in at Times Square. Donald J. Trump won the election in a startling reversal of expectation. November 9th, 2016. NYC, USA. © @PvanAgtmael / #MagnumPhotos

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This year’s MTV Video Music Awards (@vmas) are already underway, but the women of Fifth Harmony (@fifthharmony) find it hard to believe they’re really here. “It still doesn’t feel real. This is such a monumental moment for us,” says Dinah Jane, one-quarter of the group with fellow musicians Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei and Lauren Jauregui. The singers have come a long way since they got their start as contestants on “The X Factor” in 2012 — and are proud of it. “We have gotten our power, and love music more than ever,” says Normani. “We earned our place.”
This year at the VMAs, “Down,” featuring Gucci Mane, the lead single from Fifth Harmony’s third studio album, won “Best Pop” and was also nominated for “Best Choreography”. “We hope our fans really connect with the new album,” says Ally. Adds Lauren, “We want our fans to turn to our music for messages of empowerment, inclusion and dope energy all around.”
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Repost @instagram This year’s MTV Video Music Awards (@vmas) are already underway, but the women of Fifth Harmony (@fifthharmony) find it hard to believe they’re really here. “It still doesn’t feel real. This is such a monumental moment for us,” says Dinah Jane, one-quarter of the group with fellow musicians Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei and Lauren Jauregui. The singers have come a long way since they got their start as contestants on “The X Factor” in 2012 — and are proud of it. “We have gotten our power, and love music more than ever,” says Normani. “We earned our place.” This year at the VMAs, “Down,” featuring Gucci Mane, the lead single from Fifth Harmony’s third studio album, won “Best Pop” and was also nominated for “Best Choreography”. “We hope our fans really connect with the new album,” says Ally. Adds Lauren, “We want our fans to turn to our music for messages of empowerment, inclusion and dope energy all around.” Watch our Instagram story now as we go behind the scenes with Fifth Harmony at the VMAs. 🎤

Flying kites in a blizzard wasn’t the gift that Mikaella Speranskaya (@speranskaya) had in mind on a friend’s birthday trip, but they made the most of the situation. “Usually there is no snow this time of year — it’s the first snow ever on his birthday — but no weather can stop us from having fun,” she says. #TheWeekOnInstagram
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Flying kites in a blizzard wasn’t the gift that Mikaella Speranskaya (@speranskaya) had in mind on a friend’s birthday trip, but they made the most of the situation. “Usually there is no snow this time of year — it’s the first snow ever on his birthday — but no weather can stop us from having fun,” she says. #TheWeekOnInstagram Photo by @speranskaya #Regram @Instagram