A powerful image has emerged in the wake of protests around the country calling for an end to police violence against black communities. It's been hailed as "legendary" and "iconic" for poignantly capturing the spirit of the movement.
Its subject, Ieshia Evans, 28, was arrested shortly after the photo was taken by Reuters' Jonathan Bachman on Saturday at a Baton Rouge protest over the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling by police.
Evans, a mother and nurse from Brooklyn who lives in Pennsylvania, stared down a line of heavily armed police as two armored officers rushed forward to handcuff her. After being released from prison, Evans spoke out.
"I just need you people to know," she said in a Facebook post. "I appreciate the well wishes and love, but this is the work of God. I am a vessel! Glory to the most high!"