A STATEMENT ON RACISM AND INJUSTICE FROM THE FIRST STREAMING SERVICE FOR BLACK TV & FILM – UMC

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LOS ANGELES, CA – There are no words to describe the pain that we feel. As Black people, it is an unspoken language that only we as a community truly understand. We are beyond tired. We have had MORE than enough.

The injustice, prejudice, and racism faced by Black people in this country is a part of the Black experience that we have endured for far too long. Our Blackness is not a threat, it doesn’t make us less deserving, and should never have resulted in the inhumane treatment faced by George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others.

Our ancestors fought for us. The spirit of their sacrifices runs through our veins. The Civil Rights Movement walked so the #BlackLivesMatter movement could run. It is sad that it has taken this moment to truly open America’s eyes, but it is time to use our power and our strength to make a difference.

Let’s use our voices. Let’s use our excellence. Let’s use our votes, so that the memories of the Brothers and Sisters we have lost along the way will not go in vain. Let their names ring on as we move forward in the fight for justice.

We are with you. We are you.

UMC is the first and largest subscription streaming service dedicated to Black TV and film from AMC Networks. UMC offers fresh original series, feature films, documentaries, stage plays and other popular Black entertainment with new and exclusive content added every week. Visit website here: UMC

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There are no words to describe the pain that we feel. As Black people, it is an unspoken language that only we as a community truly understand.  We are beyond tired. We have had MORE than enough. The injustice, prejudice, and racism faced by Black people in this country is a part of the Black experience that we have endured for far too long.  Our Blackness is not a threat, it doesn’t make us less deserving, and should never have resulted in the inhumane treatment faced by George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and countless others.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Our ancestors fought for us. The spirit of their sacrifices run through our veins. The Civil Rights Movement walked so the #BlackLivesMatter movement could run. It is sad that it has taken this moment to truly open America’s eyes, but it is time to use our power and our strength to make a difference. Let’s use our voices. Let’s use our excellence. Let’s use our votes, so that the memories of the Brothers and Sisters we have lost along the way will not go in vain. Let their names ring on as we move forward in the fight for justice.⁣⁣ ⁣ ⁣⁣ We are with you. We are you.

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