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Exciting New Season: Black Summer

Every Black Summer, the Black community takes a break from their day to day lives and gets together for Black Summer. Black Summer is a time for family, friends, and good food. Black Summer is also a time for new beginnings: taking risks that might not be possible during the year-round hustle. From the first episode of Black Summer: Season 2, we are reminded of what it means to find joy in living as an African American woman in America today. Black Summer: Season Two premieres July 20th on Blackout TV.

Black Summer is a time for family, friends, and good food. Black Summer is also a time for new beginnings: taking risks that might not be possible during the year-round hustle. From the first episode of Black Summer: Season Two, we are reminded of what it means to find joy in living as an African American woman in America today.

Black Summer is a time for family, friends, and good food

Black summer is also a time for new beginnings

From the first episode of Black Summer: Season Two, we are reminded

Black summer is a time for new beginnings

The struggle to be seen as someone worthy of love and belonging by society or their own family can take its toll on Black women. In the first episode in Black Summer’s second season, viewers were confronted with this truth again when Black women are seen as prey.

Black women are seen as less than human, and Black men are the predators.

In Black Summer Season Two, Black Americans face a new reality of living in America today. When African American people cry out for justice they’re told to “get over it” or that time heals all wounds. But Black pain is not a weakness, Black pain is resilience.

Black women are seen as less than human and Black men are the predators in Black Summer: Season Two. When African American people cry out for justice they’re told to “get over it” or that time heals all wounds but Black pain is not a weakness and Black pain is resilience. Black pain is the fire that fuels Black women’s lives and Black men’s activism.

The most powerful Black man in America, Barack Obama, was elected with a coalition of Black people who had been told for years to “get over it.” In Season Two we meet these new heroes who have learned from history that Black pain is Black power.

The Black women who have been told to be strong, are now the ones teaching everyone else what strength looks like while Black men struggle in a world that constantly tells them they’re weak and unworthy of respect. Black pain is resilience; Black pain is Black power.

Black men and Black women are both navigating these fraught waters in Black Summer: Season Two.”

Blogs can be updated at any time. The content of blog posts should not change, but longer-form blogs may require more frequent updates than shorter ones. Black summer will provide a new episode every Thursday morning for the next seven weeks on Hulu. Black summer: Season two is a Black Mirror-esque exploration into the dangers of technology, Black women’s resilience and Black men’s activism. The series speaks to how we are all in this together as humans.”

“Black Women have been told by society that they must be strong yet Black women now teach everyone else what strength looks like while Black men are told Black Women don’t need them.”

“We’re all Black, and we’re in this together.”

” Black Men are not seen as Black Women’s allies, but Black women understand the oppression of both Black men and Black women. A majority of the world would say they are strong enough to be a woman and Black.”

There is something special about being able to see people with different skin colors come together for one common goal: creating Black visibility and Black narratives that are not usually seen in mainstream media. Black Summer season two is a story about Black resilience, highlighting the many Black women who have been fighting for years to overcome inequalities, as well as Black men’s activism.”

Conclusion :

We are excited to announce the release of Black Summer’s second season. The first episode is coming out on July 20th, and we can’t wait for you all to see it! Tune in every Sunday at 8pm EST/7pm CST to watch new episodes as they come out. Don’t forget that there will be a live chat after each episode with cast members and show creators, so don’t miss your chance for an exclusive interview or question from our team! If this doesn’t sound like something you want to tune into, check back next week when we recap what happened during last night’s episode!

By Radhe

He has worked with various business magazines like Business Today Outlook as a freelancer before joining the team. She is an addicted reader of self-help books, fiction, and journals.

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