Mission: To gear up for the International Center of Photography School’s second annual ‘Hack the Photo‘ event, we’re challenging you to showcase resistance. What do you resist? What does resistance look like to you? Show us through your lens, and you could win a membership to ICP. 


Prize: One winner will receive a membership to ICP and all winners will be featured in a gallery at ICP’s Hack the Photo on April 29-30 at the International Centre of Photography in New York City. 

Deadline: April 23, 2017

How To Take Part: Photos tagged with Resist will automatically be entered to the Mission. Include the tag as you submit a photo or add it to one you’ve already uploaded – just select Edit Photo then add the tag “Resist”.

Visual Inspiration: 

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By Darren Johnson // iDJ Photography

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By Pantea Naghavi Anaraki

A wall of refugees lifevests. If you allow the weight of the meaning behind this photo to sink in, I hope you will also understand just how profound it could be also to our lives. Greece, 2016. abundance blue change close-up day deterioration EyeEm Best Shots EyeEm Masterclass greece heap landscape large group of objects Nature no people outdoors Refugee season sky The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Tranquility
By Arif Nurhakim

The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards Geeta was lying on her cot, her two small daughters cradled at each side. The night was like any other for the 23-year-old mother living with her husband and her in-laws in a slum in Agra, India. But Geeta knew something was wrong. Things with her husband had become unusually tense after the birth of her daughters. Geeta felt it had something to do with her husband desperately wanting a son -- as many Indian men do. The lack of a son could mean that he would lose his rights to family assets, which could be claimed by other family members. The beatings started around that time. Often, he would come home drunk and physically assault her. Tonight, though, the house was quiet. Geeta shut her eyes and tried to go to sleep. In an instant, her face was consumed with unbearable pain. Her daughters were screaming. Geeta’s husband had thrown acid on all three of them as they slept. Despite the pain, Geeta rushed herself and her daughters to the nearest police station. She still remembers every detail of that night, more than two decades ago, that changed the course of her life. Weeks later, one of her daughters succumbed to her injuries and died. The other daughter, Neta, then 3, would grow up in shameful isolation, without a face and nearly blind.
By Zacharie Rabehi

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By Tenebrogg

International volunteers protesting with banners along the highway that was used by the authorities to transport the refugees out of Idomeni to the official camps. Please continue to show your support for the crowdfunding campaign aimed at getting more baby milk and food supplies for the thousands of infants that are currently without them in the camps all across Greece. Link to the campaign can be found here: https://www.generosity.com/emergencies-fundraising/baby-milk-and-food-supplies-for-refugee-families Photojournalism documentary greece Human Rights reportage EyeEm Masterclass EyeEm gallery refugees The Photojournalist - 2016 EyeEm Awards EyeEm Best Shots Fresh on Eyeem crisis Children Documentary Photography HUMANITY Refugee The Week On EyeEm
By Arif Nurhakim

After being together for 2 years, Marilyn (43) and Dhey (42) wanted to get married and start their own family. Marily's friend played the matchmaker by introducing them to each other 3 years ago. They're one of 8 couples who participate in the LGBT Mass Wedding in Quezon City, Manila on Sunday, despite that the same-sex marriage isn't legally recognized in Philippines yet. Eyeem Philippines lesbiancouple lesbianwedding lgbt lgbt wedding LGBTQ Rights Love love is love loveislove Photojournalism Showcase June twobrides Wedding
By Watsamon Tri-yasakda

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By Jordan Tempro

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By georege

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By Svante Berg

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