Photos taken for “I was born here, my brother is buried here — that’s pretty American,” with NPR’s Next Generation Radio.
Farris Barakat with his dog on the front porch of The Light House Project.
Gift depicting “Our Three Winners,” Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha, and Razan Abu-Salha
Farris Barakat serving food to break a fast during Ramadan.
Plank signed by the late Deah Barakat during a Habitat for Humanity Build on the tenth anniversary of 9/11.
Community members gather in the prayer room on the second floor.
Community members kneel to pray.
Farris Barakat kneels in prayer.
Farris Barakat and friends on the front porch of the Light House Project.
The Light House emblazoned with a quote from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Families gathered to celebrate Ramadan.
Sticky notes left by community members in response to anti-Muslim rhetoric.
Photos taken for “Rural North Carolinian town puts abandoned hospital to use after 13 years,” with UNC Media Hub.
The former Taylorsville Memorial Hospital is still for sale.
The second floor of Taylorsville Memorial Hospital.
People set up for the haunted “Intensive Scare Unit.”
Local firefighters started this haunted hospital wing to raise money for their gear.
The closest thing to a hospital Taylorsville has now, beside the EMS, an urgent care.
Phil Icard, of People’s Pharmacy, Taylorsville’s only pharmacy.