#BHM Is Never Over

Tune in to these documentaries to close out your Black History Month.

This Black History Month has been a very significant one – from Beyoncé urging us to get in formation to Kendrick Lamar’s GRAMMY wins – it has been a month of an oft-described “fragmented” community rallying together on the main stage.

There have been waves of awareness and cultural appreciation which leads me to believe that there is hope that the community will rise up in an effort to be the change we want to see. While the month to celebrate is over, Black history is American history – and if you only know what has been taught in your history books than you know barely the bare essentials.

To keep the conversation going, I curated a list of must see documentaries (not in any specific order) that will leave lasting impressions because our history is significant every single day. There is content that will be insightful and wondrous. Some titles are available online and via Netflix – cue your Spring rainy day playlist with these films.

About Danielle Page (20 Articles)
Meet Danielle, new to the Brooklyn Buttah team and ready to reveal all things insightful, creative, and positive; aiming to remind people that the answer is within them and our self preservation is key. She was born and raised in Flatbush Brooklyn with a passion for her urban island culture. She's fueled by her imagination, intellect, and dexterity. She is looking at closing her undergraduate career soon having studied Media and Communications at SUNY Old Westbury. Even with many skills under belt, she aims to become a Screenwriter/ Creative Director in film.

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