At the end of Ziwe Fumudoh’s Instagram Live shows this summer—in which she quizzed her guests on civil rights leaders, asked them whether they’d ever worn blackface, what they qualitatively like about Black people, how many Black friends they have, and whether they would commit to reparations, among other rapid-fire prompts often tailored to her […]
SOPHIA KAUFMAN is a reader and editor living in Brooklyn. She received her B.A. in English and history at the University of Michigan, where she was involved with The Michigan Daily, archival research, and community theatre in Ann Arbor. She is originally from Manhattan and reads for The Paris Review.