In which the author of the piece claims "genre doesn't have to be vexing" but, he, in turn, makes it vexing
15 Books You Hated Reading As the Only Black Person in Class
In which the curator of this list makes me chuckle while sipping my tea
Edward Baptist on the lies we tell about slavery
In which Baptist talks about American history being written in a way that is largely to placate whites and suggests the U.S. abandon "white supremacy as a constitutive way in which our politics and our economics and our culture [are] ordered."
The Shape of My Impact
In which Alexis Pauline Gumbs' articulation of survival as it pertains to Black women just got all down in my spirit
Which Book Marked Your Transition From Child to Adult?
The Bluest Eye. I was 13.