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When we here at Black Excellist started this YouTube Channel, we felt that it was very important to highlight the rich heritage and history that is unique to African Americans and the Black Experience. We built this platform around a strategic effort of transforming the way that we as African Americans are portrayed in the media and social media alike. Thus, we set out on a mission to empower, educate, and enlighten the Black community while enhancing our image as architects of this country and its culture.
We are well aware that the number of large Black-owned websites and channels that cover our culture in a positive light are disappearing. Many of our Black-owned sites are either publishing less original content, selling to larger mainstream entities, or are shutting down entirely. But what is more often the case, our most popular websites are either celebrity-driven, gossip-driven, or just do not portray us as the kings and queens that we are.
In this video, we felt that it’s important that we highlight websites that are devoted to informing Black people of important issues, committed to portraying us in a manner in which we deserve, and dedicated to contributing to the rebranding of the African American community.
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