Lakewood, New Jersey
People dancing to Greek music at the festival, as seen through the iPhone of a festival-goer.
Melody Zelouf, left, and Eric Levy, representing the Greek Jewish & Sephardic Young Professionals Network.
The crowd at the Greek Jewish Festival, from across Allen Street.
Festival goers buying bourekas, salads and cartons of feta and watermelon.
Kehila Kedosha Janina, on Broome Street in the Lower East Side.
An estimated 10,000 people came through the festival over six hours.
Over 700 Greek salads were sold at the festival.
A domestic worker walks to her job across the street from the Beth Medrash Govoha, the largest yeshiva in North America, in Lakewood.
Maria, a domestic worker who lives in Lakewood, walking to a home she cleans.
Women waiting for domestic work at the Marcy and Division corner in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Estie Rose, a JScreen genetic counsellor, explaining the spitting procedure to a student.
JScreen set out 300 pre-registered boxes for the event.
Yael Attias, Miriyan Goldman and Sarah Zusin laugh during their JScreen sample collection.
Sarah Zusin massages her gums, hoping to get to the necessary 2 milliliters of saliva.
A student finishes her spitting in private.
From left to right: Yael Attias, Miriyan Goldman and Sarah Zusin laughing during their JScreen sample collection.
Sarah Zusin, right, massaging her jaw to generate a little more saliva.
A student finishes her spit sample in private.