Through Our Eyes – 2/23/16

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Oralee Madison, 8, checks bull fighter Chris Russell's face paint before the start of the Lone Star Championship Rodeo at the L.D Brown Agricultural Exposition Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky on Sunday, February 14th, 2016.|Skyler Ballard

Oralee Madison, 8, checks bull fighter Chris Russell’s face paint before the start of the Lone Star Championship Rodeo at the L.D Brown Agricultural Exposition Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky on Sunday, February 14th, 2016.|Skyler Ballard

In excitement, little princesses crowded the stage as Ryelee Robinson, dressed up as Pocahontas, sang "Colors of the Wind," at Christ Episcopal Church on Sunday, February 21, 2016. This event was held by Bowling Green High School students to raise funds for the school's choral activities. |Weston kenney

In excitement, little princesses crowded the stage as Ryelee Robinson, dressed up as Pocahontas, sang “Colors of the Wind,” at Christ Episcopal Church on Sunday, February 21, 2016. This event was held by Bowling Green High School students to raise funds for the school’s choral activities. |Weston kenney

Gail Morton, 64, of Flint, Mich., sobs as she watches protestors gather following a scheduled march with the Rev. Jesse Jackson that made it's way from the Metropolitan Baptist Tabernacle Church over a mile to the front of the the City of Flint Water Plant, on Friday, February 19, 2016. "As a small child growing up you could almost see what our parents went through. We didn't have the rights. We didn't even have the rights to live in certain neighborhoods," Morton said. "I am so proud today, I mean, I am really proud." |Brittany Greeson

Gail Morton, 64, of Flint, Mich., sobs as she watches protestors gather following a scheduled march with the Rev. Jesse Jackson that made it’s way from the Metropolitan Baptist Tabernacle Church over a mile to the front of the the City of Flint Water Plant, on Friday, February 19, 2016. “As a small child growing up you could almost see what our parents went through. We didn’t have the rights. We didn’t even have the rights to live in certain neighborhoods,” Morton said. “I am so proud today, I mean, I am really proud.” |Brittany Greeson

2015 winners and current participants listen to the question segment of peers during the Miss Kentucky Teen USA Pageant which took place in Van Meter on Sunday, February 14, 2016 in Bowling Green, Kentucky.|Ebony Cox

2015 winners and current participants listen to the question segment of peers during the Miss Kentucky Teen USA Pageant which took place in Van Meter on Sunday, February 14, 2016 in Bowling Green, Kentucky.|Ebony Cox

In 2013, Rafey Wahlah moved from Lahore, Pakistan to Bowling Green, KY. There had not been another Pakistani student at Western Kentucky University for 14 years before Wahlah and friend, Daniyal Monnoo enrolled. In 2016, Wahlah was the Vice President of the Pakistani Student Association at WKU, which grew rapidly to upwards of 40 undergraduate and graduate students.. |Alyse Young

In 2013, Rafey Wahlah moved from Lahore, Pakistan to Bowling Green, KY. There had not been another Pakistani student at Western Kentucky University for 14 years before Wahlah and friend, Daniyal Monnoo enrolled. In 2016, Wahlah was the Vice President of the Pakistani Student Association at WKU, which grew rapidly to upwards of 40 undergraduate and graduate students.. |Alyse Young

Louisville junior Charles Buckner started dancing during his sophomore year at the Youth Preforming Arts School. Buckner recently won a FUSE grant to attend a conference in Texas this year, after which he will present his findings this time next year as a dance performance at WKU. |Josh Newell

Louisville junior Charles Buckner started dancing during his sophomore year at the Youth Preforming Arts School. Buckner recently won a FUSE grant to attend a conference in Texas this year, after which he will present his findings this time next year as a dance performance at WKU. |Josh Newell

--FEB 14, 2016-- Bowling Green, KY -- Dawson Turner, 17, of Sydney, Arkansas opens the arena door for his horse, Django. Turner, who has been roping for four years, competed in the Calf Roping competition at the Lone Star Championship Rodeo at the L.D Brown Agricultural Exposition Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky on Sunday, February 14th, 2016. |Skyler Ballard (Photo by Skyler Ballard)

Dawson Turner, 17, of Sydney, Arkansas opens the arena door for his horse, Django. Turner, who has been roping for four years, competed in the Calf Roping competition at the Lone Star Championship Rodeo at the L.D Brown Agricultural Exposition Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky on Sunday, February 14th, 2016. |Skyler Ballard
(Photo by Skyler Ballard)

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