Jason Parham in 'Black Twitter: A People's History' (Courtesy of Disney, Hulu)

Get ready for a deep dive into the heartbeat of our culture with the upcoming docuseries “Black Twitter: A People’s History,” streaming exclusively on Hulu starting May 9. 

Produced by Onyx Collective and directed by Prentice Penny, known for his work on “Insecure,” this three-part series delves into the influential world of Black Twitter.

Drawing inspiration from Jason Parham‘s seminal WIRED article, “A People’s History of Black Twitter,” the 3-part docuseries explores the rise, movements, voices, and memes that have shaped Black Twitter into a powerhouse within American political and cultural spheres.

Jemele Hill (Courtesy of Disney, Hulu)

Featuring a stellar lineup of participants, including Amanda Seales, Kid Fury, Jemele Hill, Van Lathan, April Reign, Brad Jenkins, Kamu Bell, Luvvie Ajayi, Sam Jay, Rembert Browne, and more, the series promises to offer an intimate and insightful look into the community’s impact and influence.

Each episode will delve into different aspects of Black Twitter’s evolution, from its grassroots beginnings to its role in shaping conversations around social justice, entertainment, and beyond. 

Through candid interviews and archival footage, viewers will gain a deeper understanding of how this online community has become a vital force for change and representation.

Don’t miss out on this groundbreaking exploration of Black culture and digital activism. 

Mark your calendars for May 9 and get ready to experience the power of Black Twitter like never before, exclusively on Hulu.

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