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Many consider Black History Month to be the time of year to more consciously shop Black and support Black-owned businesses, both large and small. Also, as Black History Month coincides with Valentine’s Day, now is the perfect time to support Black love with Prime Video.
Throughout the entire month of February, Prime Video is shining a light on some of the Black voices that enrich Black culture with a curated collection of movies, TV shows and more starring Black artists. Each collection features a new set of streaming options that the whole family can enjoy.
Prime Video kicked off the first week of Black History Month with the Eddie Murphy classic Coming to America. This week, in the spirit of Black love, the streaming service highlights the newly-released Tessa Thompson-led love story Sylvie’s Love.
Watch on Prime Video: Sylvie’s Love
Set in 1950s Harlem, New York, this romantic drama follows the journey of a young woman (Thompson) who meets an aspiring saxophonist (Nnamdi Asomugha) in her father’s record shop. The stirring film shows the development of their rollercoaster love story, which transcends time, locations and career successes and failures.
The film also features former Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria, How To Get Away With Murder star Aja Naomi King and the Bridgerton fan-favorite (Duke of Hastings) Regé-Jean Page.
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Prime Video subscribers can easily explore this diverse collection of Black love stories by simply scrolling through the extensive list of categories. They include Amazon Originals Black Lead, Golden Globe & NAACP Image Award Nominees, Regina King’s Watchlist, Black Girl Magic and more.
Taking advantage of all that Prime Video has to offer couldn’t be easier right now. New users can get a free 30-day trial of Prime Video. On its own, the streaming service costs $8.99 a month. Prime Video is also included in the standard Amazon Prime $12.99 monthly subscription.
Amazon Prime Video gives users access to thousands of movies, TV shows, documentaries and more. Tons of Amazon-exclusive content premieres on the platform and is viewable exclusively to Prime Video subscribers.
Sign up for Prime Video today for a full month of Black-centric content that uplifts and propels the Black experience.
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