Diverse images and stories from the Photojournalism Contest honorable mentions 

In April, The Kiosk hosted a photojournalism contest after its Spring Photojournalism Workshop series. While the winners of the contest had outstanding images, we also received numerous exceptional submissions from other students. Below are the honorable mentions from the contest in no particular order, each visually narrating a unique story.

1. Kimberly Iboy

A boisterous group of pro-Palestinian New Yorkers made their way down Livingston Street late Monday afternoon, demanding a free Gaza now. The peaceful but fierce protesters made sure surrounding blocks in the downtown Brooklyn neighborhood heard their calls for justice. Pictured are Orthodox Jewish boys and men, and Muslim women participating in a display of solidarity. Photo: Kimberly Iboy

2. Holly Nord-Podberesky

Grandma posing with her favorite person, herself. Photo: Holly Nord-Podberesky

3. Bibi Noor

Pakistani Pashtoon man became the first Pashtoon Deputy Inspector of the NYPD and only the second Pakistani to reach this rank. He’s surrounded by his community who is proud of him. He’s a trailblazer and gives back to the community. Photo: Bibi Noor

4. Robert Westman

From sacred to scrapped: Reflecting on the treatment of indigenous cultures in modern society. Photo: Robert Westman

5. Tanya Perez

Raising the Flag of Borinquen in Washington. Photo: Tanya Perez

6. Cristian Nava Lopez

A glimpse of the stars carved in stone, a collection of stars living inside the earth, waiting to shine and to remind us that the cosmos is here and out there. Photo: Cristian Nava Lopez

7. Sarah Macy

Turkey in Nut Plains Cemetery; Contemplating Thanksgiving. Photo: Sarah Macy

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