Reparations for Black People Should Include Rest
Just as sleep deprivation was used as a means to control slaves, the modern-day "sleep gap" weighs down many Black people today.
These Artists Want Black People to Sleep
In "Black Power Naps," Afro-Latinx artists Fannie Sosa and niv Acosta create a series of "devices" that invite Black people to rest and heal. Broadly has partnered with the artists on a magazine about sleep equity, rejuvenation, and resilience.
Is This Weird, Controversial 'Sex Positivity for Kids' Video Really That Bad?
French artists Fannie Sosa and Poussy Draama want to break down sexual repression early, believing that that will combat rape culture and promote consent.