Brown Sugar, a popular video service where subscribers have on-demand access to African American cinematic classics has announced beggining this month, new and original content will be added to their extensive catalogue. The content will be exclusive to Brown Sugar and the initial release, a thought provoking documentary “Am I Black Enough” debuts February 12.
Am I Black Enough explores the “nuances of cultural identity within the Black community” determining what it means to “be Black.” Produced by award winning journalist Ed Gordon, Am I Black Enough captures some of the cultures most influential and important voices exchaning thoughts and conversation on blackness.
Yara Shahidi, Misty Copeland, Charlamagne Tha God are among some of the prominent voices tapped for their opinon on this sometimes heavy subject. Am I Black Enough is just the beginning of the orignial content coming to Brown Sugar. The new titles include projects about many black icons including Al Green: Everything’s Gonna Be Alright and Huey P. Newton: Road To Revolution.
While adding original content, Brown Sugar will continue to house Black entertainment classics such as Dolemite, Cooley High, and Which Way Is Up. Available on most smartphones, Amazon channels, Brown Sugar delivers the content meaningful to the culture. Operated by Bounce, an African American television network, Brown Sugar continues to grow.