Comcast featuring interview with Wilma Webb, former Colorado State Representative, who passed legislation honoring Martin Luther King in Colorado
The Valentine’s Day bouquets may have wilted, and the box of chocolates emptied, but there is more to celebrate this month: Comcast is honoring Black History Month all through February. In celebration, Comcast is providing free online content and On Demand video to its Xfinity customers, across all screens.
Here are the 3 C’s to celebrate:
Culture: Check out thousands of hours of movies, shows, documentaries and music all month focused around black artists and stories.
Celebrities: Comcast has updated www.xfinity.com/black with recommendations from celebrity guest “editors” like Arsenio Hall, Black History Month vignettes, trivia and dozens of new interviews from the award-winning His Dream, Our Stories, which commemorates the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. His Dream, Our Stories features Wilma Webb, former Colorado State Representative, talks about her efforts in the early 1980s to pass legislation honoring Martin Luther King with a holiday in Colorado.
Content: Xfinity On Demand is featuring a free collection of content from BBC America, Encore Black (Starz), FUSE, Investigation Discovery, The Military Channel, Music Choice, The Smithsonian Channel, TV One and Up TV.
So throw out those wilted flower bouquets, and enjoy Comcast’s celebration of the African American community. Please click here for more information.