Juliana v. United States
Juliana v. United States

Levi Camden Draheim, the youngest of the 21 youth plaintiffs in Juliana v. United States, hugs Xiuhtezcatl Martinez after arriving at the Eugene’s Courthouse. With only 11-year-old, Levi traveled all the way from Satellite Beach, Florida, where he has seen a growth of several environmental problems. The area has seen an increase of environmental storms and thousands of fish have been dying as a result of high concentrations of toxic red tide algae.

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Juliana v. United States
Juliana v. United States

The young climate advocates are cheered by the crowd right after arriving at the Eugene’s Federal Courthouse. The 21 youth plaintiffs with ages between 11 and 22-year-old are suing the United States government for contributing to climate change. The plaintiffs and their attorneys claim the constitutional rights of life and property as seen in the 5th Amendment.

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Juliana v. United States
Juliana v. United States

Vondra Chuy Sandoval, a 7-year-old girl and 1st grade student, holds a banner in support of the young plaintiffs who are suing the government of the United States.

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Juliana v. United States
Juliana v. United States

Levi Camden Draheim, the youngest of the 21 youth plaintiffs in Juliana v. United States, hugs Xiuhtezcatl Martinez after arriving at the Eugene’s Courthouse. With only 11-year-old, Levi traveled all the way from Satellite Beach, Florida, where he has seen a growth of several environmental problems. The area has seen an increase of environmental storms and thousands of fish have been dying as a result of high concentrations of toxic red tide algae.

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The Violin Crafter
The Violin Crafter

Zack Johnson, from Eugene Violin Shop, gets glue to finish the repair of a violin. The Eugene Violin Shop is, in fact, an apartment made up in a shop. The different rooms here are used for different functions in Johnson’s business. This room is specific for heavy materials: Wood machinery, wood blocks, or chemical products find their place in this room.

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The Violin Crafter
The Violin Crafter

Zack Johnson, owner and only staff at Eugene Violin Shop, talks with a client while laughing on a good moment. Despite Johnson being introvert, he referred the relation between him and his costumers is a key for the survival of his business.

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The Violin Crafter
The Violin Crafter

Craftsman Zack Johnson and owner at Eugene Violin Shop, rubs the neck of a violin. Johnson said the construction of a violin is made by many small details that are important for the final sound produced by the instrument. He said many people don’t value this work done by the violin crafter, but this is crucial for the musicians to play at high levels.

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The Violin Crafter
The Violin Crafter

Zack Johnson, from Eugene Violin Shop, gets glue to finish the repair of a violin. The Eugene Violin Shop is, in fact, an apartment made up in a shop. The different rooms here are used for different functions in Johnson’s business. This room is specific for heavy materials: Wood machinery, wood blocks, or chemical products find their place in this room.

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