Celebrate Black History Month with these moments of Black joy on Prime Video

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February is Black History Month, which makes it the perfect time to celebrate Black joy. While there are tons of incredible Black-owned businesses to support this month (and beyond!), you can also celebrate with Prime Video.

Throughout the month of February, Prime Video is celebrating Black voices by highlighting a new collection of movies, TV series and more starring Black artists every week. Each collection will feature new streaming options that the whole family can enjoy.

To kick off the first week of Black History Month, Prime Video is leading with the Eddie Murphy classic Coming to America. The laugh-out-loud comedy follows Murphy, who plays an African prince, as he travels to New York to find himself a princess. The film also stars Arsenio Hall as his loyal friend.

Watch on Prime Video: Coming to America

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Prime Video watchers can easily dive deeper into these collections by scrolling through numerous content categories. With options like Amazon Originals Black Lead, Golden Globe and NAACP Image Award Nominees, Black Love, Black History Makers and Black Girl Magic, there is no shortage of premium content to check out.

Users can even find curated watchlists from celebrities like Regina King, as well as a list of movies that honor the late Cicely Tyson.

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Getting in on all of these amazing viewing opportunities couldn’t be easier. Right now, you can snag a free 30 day trial of Prime Video to get started. The streaming subscription costs $8.99 a month on its own. However, Prime Video is included in the regular Amazon Prime subscription, which is $12.99 a month.

Prime Video gives you access to thousands of movies and TV shows. Plus, you can also rent or buy other titles that are not a part of the platform.

Try Prime Video today and gear up for a month-long extravaganza of awesome content that is all about Black joy. Additionally, Amazon is also shining a light on entrepreneurs and innovators in the Black community. Learn about Black artists and support Black-owned businesses right on Amazon.

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