Black Joy Matters
Unframed Black Joy Matters 2020 by artist Naimah Thomas.
Where society has told Black people to “be quiet”, or that we’re “too loud”, reveling in joy is an act of resistance. As our feeds become even more inundated with images of trauma, joy can help us heal, too. Here, writer and broadcaster Chanté Joseph examines the history of Black joy and explains why it’s so vital.
Read more about the importance of Black Joy here
* Larger sizes available upon request
- Printed on acid-free archival paper.matte paper
- Textured watercolor paper feel
- Arrives in a cellophane sleeve and stay-flat mailer
- Signed by the artist.
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