Category: Photography

Howard Beach, NY.
A partially sunken yacht on Hawtree Creek proves an eyesore for Howard Beach residents. Since the owner cannot be located and the boat poses no hazard to navigation, the local yacht club cannot request funds to remove it.10/07/2015
Photo by: Kimberly Avalos, NYCity News Service

Announcement: Winner of CUNY Visual Lab Photo Competition

This photo was posted to the NYCity News Service photo wire on Dec. 8, 2015.

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Anti-Trump Protests Erupt in NYC After Election

A series of protests erupted in the days after the country elected Donald Trumps as the 45th president of the United States. On the night of November 12,…

September 27, 2016. Jackson Heights, New York.
Rosa Grande, 17, is the first of her Mexican family to receive permanent residency. She will be the first person in her family to ever finish high school and go to college. Like many young immigrants who receive glimpses of the opportunities they can have in the United States throught their legal status, she has become very active for the rights of Dreamers and for comprehensive immigration reform.
Photo by Kimberly J. Avalos/CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
09/27/16.

Young Immigrant Is Empowered By Legal Status

Rosa Grande, 17, is the first of her Mexican family to receive permanent residency. She will be the first person in her family to ever finish high school…

East Elmhurst, New York. September 17, 2016.
Calla McGarvey, 7, ran with her family at the annual "Remember Me Run" at St. Michael's Cemetery. Her mother said it is important for kids who weren't born before 9/11 to undersand what happened and to remember the people who died.
Photo by Kimberly J. Avalos.
09/17/16

Annual 9/11 “Remember Me Run”

  Appeared in the Times Ledger September 28, 2016

Ifrane, Morocco. July 16, 2016.
International Festival of Ifrane, Day 2. 
Photos by Tatiana Flowers/Morocco World News.
07/16/2016.

International Festival of Ifrane

The International Festival of Ifrane held a three-day concert of Moroccan artists including Latifa Raafat, Kadhim Al-Sahir, Maitre Gims, Abdelaziz Ahouzar, and Muslim, Ahmed Chaouki, and Najat Atabou in July. Many Moroccans who…

July 21,2016. Atlas Mountains, Morocco.
En route to Afgou village.
Photos by: Kimberly J. Avalos/Morocco World News.
07/21/16.

Anfgou Village & Imilchil, Morocco

July 21, 2016 En route to Anfgou Village in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco ©Kimberly J. Avalos/Morocco World News

Harlem, NY, March 12, 2016.
At weekly rally and radio broadcast, Rev, Al Sharpton, the National Action Network, and the famiies of Ramarley Graham and Eric Garner call for the immediate termination of the NYPD officers implicated in Graham’s death. 03/12/2016
Photo by: Kimberly Avalos, NYCity News Service

Civil Rights Group Rallies for Racial Justice

Harlem, NY. March 12, 2016. ©KimberlyAvalos At the weekly rally and radio broadcast, Rev. Al Sharpton, the families of Ramarley Graham and Eric Garner and the National Action…

New Yorkers Face the Cold

Portrait Photography

New York, New York.  Members of the Street Vendor Project at the Urban Justice Center rallied and marched in solidarity in Times Square. The project’s #LifttheCaps campaign wants to call on the NY City Council to introduce a bill to life the caps on street vendor permits and licenses, and make adjustments to current vending regulations and policies. 11/18/2015 Photo by: Kimberly Avalos, NYCity News Service

Street Vendors Unite For Equal Opportunity