3 things to watch this weekend to celebrate Black History Month

Black History Month is in full effect and there are tons of ways to celebrate this weekend. Aside from educating the masses on the impact Black folks have had on this country, another bonus is the powerful content that inevitably debuts in February. T

his year is no different, with several strong offerings coming in the form of television specials, series, and films that highlight African Americans. Whether you’re looking to be reminded of what we have endured, reflect on where we have been, or inspired by where we are going; art has a way of helping us process all of the emotions that come with it.

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Here are 3 things to watch this weekend to help you do just that:

1Who Killed Malcolm X? 

February 21 marks the 55th anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X. Decades after the African American leader, an activist embarks on a complex mission seeking truth in the name of justice. The lingering questions and astounding revelations in the documentary will blow your mind.

Who Killed Malcolm X? is streaming now on Netflix.