Black Star Power: Check Out What’s New & Black On Netflix In June
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Black Star Power: Check Out What’s New & Black On Netflix In June

The month of June is here, which means that in addition to the official start of summer, Netflix has some great content dropping that is full of black star power!

Now is the perfect time to deep dive into Netflix's streaming archives because all of the shows you watch on network TV have all ended for the season. So sit back, get comfy, and check out all black AF content on Netflix you need to add to your Watchlist!

1.Currently Streaming: "What Had Happened Was: Dear White People"


If you've already finished the stellar second season of the hit series Dear White People, then this in-depth aftershow is just for you. Via Netflix's Strong Black Lead, this aftershow is exclusively streaming on Facebook and focuses on the characters, situations, and themes of the show's second season. At press time, four episodes are available and you can check them out here!

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Exclusive: Gabrielle Union On Radical Transparency, Being Diagnosed With Perimenopause And Embracing What’s Next

Whenever Gabrielle Union graces the movie screen, she immediately commands attention. From her unforgettable scenes in films like Bring It On and Two Can Play That Game to her most recent film, in which she stars and produces Netflix’s The Perfect Find, there’s no denying that she is that girl.

Off-screen, she uses that power for good by sharing her trials and tribulations with other women in hopes of helping those who may be going through the same things or preventing them from experiencing them altogether. Recently, the Flawless by Gabrielle Union founder partnered with Clearblue to speak at the launch of their Menopause Stage Indicator, where she also shared her experience with being perimenopausal.

Victoria Monét Opens Up About Feeling ‘Validated’ Months After VMAs Turned Her Down To Perform

Victoria Monét has had an incredible year. Thanks to the success of the widely popular “On My Mama” that went viral, the singer/ songwriter’s Jaguar II album debuted in the top 10 of Billboard’s Top R&B Albums chart. She also went on to headline her own sold-out tour. So, when the MTV VMAs happened in September, everyone was surprised to learn that Victoria’s team was told that it was “too early” for the “Smoke” artist to perform at the award show. However, a couple of months later, the mom of one received seven Grammy nominations, including “Best R&B Album” and “Record Of The Year.”