Chocolate Shop Scraps 17th-Century Theme After Activist Points Out Slavery Connection
Portland's 1670 New American Chocolate House was called out for "racist, colonial" branding that included three cargo ships.
Pirates, Stowaways, Vigilantes: ‘The Outlaw Ocean’ Humanizes Crime on the High Seas
Reporter Ian Urbina spent years at sea reporting on maritime crime. His new book exposes the strange world that few on land ever experience.
Netflix's 'Siempre Bruja' Is a Tone Deaf Erasure of Slavery's Trauma
A prime example of problematic Afro-Latinx narratives, this series finds a slave witch traveling through time to save her lover, the son of her master.
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.