Flanked by a creek on the east side of the park in Spring Valley, New York, the town of Monsey has seen the transformation of a culture that bares little resemblance of what it once was. To the west of the park is Main Street where gentrification took hold. Just south are two churches; one in which helps feed the homeless, and the other seeing its congregations dwindle. Drugs, guns and violence have been plaguing the community since the 80’s resulting in the decimation of the young black family. Most of the blame was congruously laid on mayors tethered with corruption as people of color either began to move out or were put behind bars. The Jewish religious community has exponentially outgrown the city of Monsey as businessmen continue to steadily buy up properties surrounding the park. As a result the overdevelopment of land has become an epidemic, causing tensions between ultra-Orthodox Jews and people of the African Diaspora. As a former childhood resident, and having witnessed the immediate effects of gentrification, I decided to air; through the image making process, the psychological conditions of those negatively affected in Spring Valley – a suburban town just 40 minutes out of New York City. Remnants of an Exodus establishes a sophisticated outlook on those with a sense of loss and rejection. Yet, it rewards the viewer a glimpse of hope projected on the faces of others immersed in the slow death of an immigrant community caused by isolationism and political expediency.