Are you tired of seeing the cookie-cutter “reality shows” that depict black women as messy and violent?
Do you have a hard time finding content that reflect your beliefs, culture and rich history?
Are you frustrated with the limited selection of black independent films and documentaries on your favorite streaming service?
Are you fed up with the lack of news programming offering in-depth, coverage of issues facing black people globally without a negative, slanted view?
So are we! kweliTV is what you’ve been waiting for.
kweliTV is an interactive streaming TV network and app that offers documentaries, news programs, original docuseries, educational content and independent films of the global black community that will be accessible through Smart TVs, Internet TV devices, tablets and smartphones and the computer—all on demand.
It’s your TV on your terms.
To enhance knowledge, encourage self-empowerment, and promote positive change within the global black community through challenging, inspiring and thought-provoking video content.
Kweli means Truth (pronounced kwal-lee) in Swahili.
Whether it’s a black and white Nicholas Brothers’ film, a documentary on mass incarceration, an independent film by an up and coming black filmmaker, your favorite classic black film, or the hottest YouTube web series, kweliTV will work to get the content that matters most to you. In the near future, we plan to offer original content specifically for the African diaspora.