Celebrate Black history makers with these Prime Video selects

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Throughout February, Prime Video celebrates Black voices by highlighting a collection of movies, series and more starring Black artists each week.

For the first week of Black History Month, Prime Video featured the Eddie Murphy classic Coming to America. The second week highlighted Sylvie’s Love, which is a Tessa Thompson-led love story. And for the third week, honoring Black history makers, the streaming service has put One Night in Miami… at the forefront of its offerings.

Watch on Prime Video: One Night in Miami…

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Directed by Regina King and starring Kingsley Ben-Adir and Leslie Odom Jr., this movie is a must-see.

One Night in Miami is a fictional account of one incredible night where icons Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown gathered discussing their roles in the civil rights movement and cultural upheaval of the 60s.”

During the week, Prime Video is also highlighting Free Meek, Nas: Time is Illmatic, Legend and Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child among other titles. Prime Video users can also rent hits like The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks and Kobe Bryant’s Muse if they don’t also subscribe to HBOMax or Showtime.

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To start watching these selects now, you can take advantage of Prime Video’s free 30-day trial. While the streaming subscription costs $8.99 a month, Prime Video is a part of the regular Amazon Prime subscription, which is just $12.99 a month.

Try Prime Video today and get in on the month-long celebration of incredible content about Black stories. Interested in learning about Black artists and businesses? You can shop and support Black-owned businesses right on Amazon.

If you liked this story, check out moments of Black love on Prime Video.

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