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Ian Fishback's childhood bedroom, Newbury, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

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Sharon Ableson reads one of the many letters that her son Ian Fishback wrote to her over the years.

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John Fishback and his wife, Sharon Brown.

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Ian Fishback's daughter Dresden holds an American burial flag given to the family upon Ian's death.

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Ian Fishback's letter to John McCain which ended with the plea, "If we abandon our ideals in the face of adversity and aggression, then those ideals were never really in our possession. I would rather die fighting than give up even the smallest part of the idea that is 'America.' Once again, I strongly urge you to do justice to your men and women in uniform. Give them clear standards of conduct that reflect the ideals they risk their lives for."

Lindsay Morris

Lindsay Morris is a photographer and co-producer of the 2016 BBC documentary, My Transgender Summer Camp. She's best known for documenting events in her personal life and surrounding communities.
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