Kanishka Sonthalia (b. 1990) is an independent documentary photographer currently based in Mumbai, India. Her work focuses on human rights issues related to women, the social construct, and the identity of sub-communities. Education Documentary...
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.