jamilah malika's poem "rest / woke" works as ritual Black people can reflect on to connect with their bodies.
Ornella Ospino's graphic story follows an Afro-Latinx trans woman dealing with street harassment through ancestral ritual.
Artists niv Acosta and Fannie Sosa share how racial justice and rest intersect in their project Black Power Naps.
Just as sleep deprivation was used as a means to control slaves, the modern-day "sleep gap" weighs down many Black people today.
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.