Every day, Americans are engaged in prolific conversations about the current tenor and tone of race relations in our country. In this climate, the critical need for the voices of black storytellers transcends the fundamental need for diversity.
Stories that tell the inherent truth about the black experience, the contributions of African-Americans, the nuances and richness of people of the African diaspora, are not simply tools for diversity, but essential to the survival of American culture.
Whether you have just a few minutes to spare or want to make a financial contribution, here are three ways you can support Black Public Media
Black Public Media isn’t simply the programs on PBS, it’s the information we share with each other in public spaces: online, in theaters, at work, in schools and anywhere people gather. Being a BPM Connector means you will
- Sign up to receive our newsletter
- Like us Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram AND share our work with your friends & followers
- Share our work other media makers, viewer or anyone who cares about black stories.
Want to get dig in deep? Get more involved? Then become a BPM Ambassador and:
- Volunteer to help at special events and activities
- Host a public screening in your community
- Host a Meet & Greet on behalf of BPM
Make a donation and become part of our growing group of supporters who believe that investing in black stories gives voice to a future inclusive of diversity. A donation to BPM will provide general support and support programs including but not limited to:
- Support the residency of an out-of-state 360 Fellow
- Fuel BPM project Grants to Independent Media Makers
- Enable the creation of Discussion Guides for the AfroPoP series