The first is a documentary series titled The Color of STEM, which looks at pioneering research, non-profit organizations, and individuals who are having an impact in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Secondly is the show Spade A Spade, a roundtable discussion series that features well-known athletes, entertainers, and other influential people having conversations about current issues while playing a game of spades.
Both of these programs can be accessed by going toHBCUGO.TV or downloading the HBCU Go app, which is available on Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
These brand new programs are being produced by Curt Simmons and Karrington Symonds of HBCU Go, who are also executive producers.
Both The Color of STEM and Spade A Spade are receiving funding from the "Widen the Screen" initiative of Procter & Gamble. This initiative is aimed at promoting more accurate depictions of the Black experience in film, television, and other forms of media by forming partnerships and producing programming in collaboration with Black creators as well as Black-owned and -operated media companies.