Anything is art to liberals, apparently. What’s next? Using aborted baby parts as art? Check out the description of these pictures that were taken in New York City to ‘remember slavery’.
Nona Faustine posing naked in the streets of New York is a chilling reminder of the vulnerability of the slaves sold there – and the violence against humanity that still troubles the nation today.
There are many ways to remember slavery: You can leave tributes, as pilgrims do, at the slavers’ forts in west Africa, or tell the stories of slaves’ lives in books and on screen. Or, like artist Nona Faustine, you can pose naked but for a pair of white shoes at places around New York where slaves were once sold.
Read more: The Guardian