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Queer streaming network Revry highlights Black Queer content

This is the last week of Black History Month, but it’s not too late to relish in Black excellence with Revry!

Revy is an international queer streaming network that has been committed to representation since its inception, with seventy-five percent of its founders being People of Color. They have championed Black voices and experiences in film, television and music from the beginning with its existing Black Lives Matter selection. 

Now, Revry is also celebrating Black History Month with an entire selection of films that highlight Black Queer voices. 

Black History Month is a time to celebrate the rich heritage and contributions of Black Americans. It is especially poignant in this moment in history because we are so divided as a nation. Taking the time to highlight Black Americans and, more specifically, Queer Black American voices that unapologetically explore the Black Queer experience is a necessity, and I’m proud to be able to do that through Revry.”

LaShawn McGhee, Revry Co-Founder and Army Veteran

On February 1, Revry premiered three new powerfully entertaining documentaries: We Can’t Breathe, Voguing the Message, and Heavenly Brown Body. Throughout the month, brand new content will continue to premiere including series like Miseducated, Boys Hurt Too, His Story, and Exhale

In addition, Revry Originals will also be featured including Linish about international trans DJ phenom; the Australian comedy Little Sista; To Be Me starring Emmy winner Kim Estes; and the powerful intersection of Black and Queer conversation series, Amplify Voices.

This month is an opportunity for audiences to find even more free Black entertainment playing on Revry’s Live Linear channels and On-Demand! So, during this last week of Black History month, make every night a Revry night. 

Visit for more info and to watch!

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