Kanishka Sonthalia (b. 1990) is an independent documentary photographer currently based in Brooklyn, New York. Her current project, A Visceral Sense, is based on the idea of dignity in birth and empowers non-traditional black families through...
Small churches around the city are finding it difficult to cope with rent because of gentrification. Mt. Faith Zion, a gospel church in Brooklyn, New York run by 82-year-old Pastor Rudolph Roach is one such who is trying to make ends meet. Partly as a part of Jamaican culture, pastor's friend Sister Suzzy cooks and sells jerk chicken every weekend to help sustain the church. Pastor Rudolph wants to redo the fencing and build a small food truck so that they are not restricted to the church space.