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Astound Broadband Celebrates Black History Month

Join us in recognizing the indelible impact of Black history as we celebrate the rich tapestry of Black stories, extraordinary achievements and cultural contributions that have profoundly influenced and shaped our communities.

Explore Black History through Film and TV

Witness the captivating narratives and storylines created by Black directors, producers, writers and actors.

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Discover captivating series that showcase the vibrant culture and significant contributions of Black Americans.

  • Family Reunion (Netflix) – The McKellan family experiences a culture shock when they move from the big city to a small town in Georgia.
  • The Other Black Girl (Hulu) – Nella thought she was friends with her new colleague, Hazel until her life and career began to spiral out of control.
  • Harlem (Prime Video) – Watch these ambitious best friends living in NYC navigate love, loss, career highs and unexpected twists in their unbreakable friendship.
  • A Black Lady Sketch Show (Max) – With a stellar cast, laugh at their perspectives of a limitless magical reality.
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Immerse yourself in films crafted by and starring Black artists.

  • They Cloned Tyrone (Netflix) – After witnessing surreal events, an unlikely trio discovers an experiment in their community.
  • Rye Lane (Hulu) – Two 20-somethings connect over an eventful day in South London as they heal from their recent breakups.
  • One Night in Miami (Prime Video) – Historic icons Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown spend one evening discussing their roles in the civil rights movement and cultural upheaval of the ‘60s.
  • Judas and the Black Messiah (Max) – William O’Neal infiltrates the Illinois chapter of the Black Panther Party to gain the trust of Chairman Fred Hampton in exchange for a plea deal from the FBI.
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Deepen your understanding of Black History through these documentary films.

  • Trap Jazz (Hulu) – Witness Atlanta-based musicians forge their path into a new genre of music that fuses trap music with jazz melodies.
  • Viola + Oprah (Netflix) – Oprah Winfrey has a conversation with actor Viola Davis; delving into discussions about her memoir, “Finding Me.”
  • Ladies First: A Story of Women in Hip-Hop (Netflix) – Discover the powerful influence of women on hip-hop as they are honored as the trailblazers and game-changers who’ve shaped the music and culture.
  • Being Serena (Max) – Tennis icon Serena Williams gets vulnerable about her life off the court as she shares intimate details about her first pregnancy, motherhood and marriage.

Leaders Who Paved the Way

Discover the individuals who dedicated their lives to effecting meaningful change.

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Jean Michel Basquiat– An artist whose life and talent inspired generations of creatives and their work.

Mary van Brittan Brown – Fearing for her safety when living in a high crime neighborhood, Brown created the first home security system.

Shirley Chisholm – An American politician who became the first Black woman to be elected to the United States Congress in 1968.

Roy Clay Sr – Known as the “Godfather of Silicon Valley,” Clay Sr. led the team that engineered Hewlett-Packard’s entrance into the computer market.

bell hooks – Through her writings, hooks created a place for the voice of Black women in the feminist movement.

Walter White – Born with white hair and blue eyes, journalist White went undercover to investigate the lynchings of African Americans.

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