Here’s what we loved reading on the internet this week:
The President Has Never Said The World “Black,” a poem by Morgan Parker in The New York Times.
In Solange’s Room: On the Singer’s New Album, “A Seat at the Table” by Doreen St. Felix at MTV.com.
“The Birth of a Nation” Isn’t Worth Defending, a review by Vinison Cunningham at The New Yorker.
Mikal Gaines on Al Green’s “Call Me” at The RS 500.
What I’ve Learned From Having a Trans Partner, an essay by Blair Braverman at BuzzFeed.
And check out our Editor-in-Chief Nathan Knapp’s essay about Gabriel Blackwell’s Madeliene E over at Fanzine.
And in case you missed any, here’s what The Collapsar published this week: