Pretty much everyone has heard of Netflix & Chill, but if you’re looking for content curated especially for the culture, then look no further, these sites have what you’re looking for!
From the website: “KweliTV is an interactive streaming platform that shares the African Diaspora experience through dope, undiscovered documentaries, films, web shows, children’s programming, news and more.” From drama to documentaries to web shows, KweliTV offers original content from indie creators that rivals that of the larger streaming content platforms. Available on Roku, Apple TV Google Play, Firestick and more, you can watch Kweli TV for only $5.99 a month after a 7-day free trial.
Brown Sugar is a Blacksploitation movie streaming service. With movies like Car Wash, Foxy Brown, and Cooley High, Brohttps://www.brownsugar.com/wn Sugar provides a hint of nostalgia that is both familiar and welcomed. The self-coined “Badass Cinema” network is filled with classics, so if you’re into throwbacks for the culture, you should definitely check them out.
Founded by Diamonde Williamson, Blossom is a digital TV destination for women for women of color. From the site: Blossom champions a new way of finding and watching content by curating and creating more thoughtful, intentional mood based content choices for women of color.
Rainbow Me Kids
From the site: “RainbowMe is an entertainment platform for kids ages 2-12 with cartoons, videos, and more featuring main characters to whom all children can relate. The original programming introduces animated, live action, reality, and situation comedies featuring characters in a positive, fun, and entertaining manner designed to enhance the educational and social development of children. We feature content that depicts positive images of children of color.”
This is just the beginning of what looks to be awesome platforms dedicated to fulfilling the content needs of people of color worldwide. We can’t wait.