“Hosted by GRAMMY Award-winner, Mali Music. Black History Honors is a brand new 4-part docuseries (four 30-minute segments) honoring heroes of the Underground Railroad era and featuring dynamic musical tributes by award-winning gospel artists to celebrate Black History Month in February. The unique perspective of the Black History Honors series highlights the importance of the lives and legacies of the Underground Railroad freedom activists. As well, in this Post-Covid season, where museums are struggling to increase attendance, this series underscores the fact that “Black History Matters.” The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a museum of conscience, an education center, a convener of dialogue, and a beacon of light for inclusive freedom around the globe. The Freedom Center is the preeminent cultural learning center for inclusive freedom — locally, nationally, and globally. The museum’s mission is to pursue inclusive freedom by promoting social justice for all, building on the principles of the Underground Railroad.”
As Founder and Chairman of the Stellar TV network, I am pleased to welcome you to the first Black-owned, uplifting, positive and Family-friendly television programming network targeted to Black audiences all over the World.
Our Stellar TV STRENGTH is over 50 years of creating and producing Black Excellence in television entertainment programming!
Our Stellar TV Mission is to provide inspirational and uplifting programming around our Flagship special of over three decades: The Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards, plus, an exciting lineup and daily schedule of 24/7 entertainment programs celebrating our Music, our faith-based denominations, our History, our Black Colleges and Universities, our Divine Nine Black Greek organizations, our national holidays, our Black Male and Female Mentors, our Civil Rights organizations and leaders, our uniqueness in Style, Fashion and Dance, and our success in Business and Entrepreneurship.
Our Stellar TV Goal is to be an opportunity for content creators, producers, directors, writers, talent, and people of color to be successful; and to achieve equity and inclusion in areas of distribution on all visual platforms for the growth of Black-owned media, to attract and encourage corporate advertising partnerships, and to build a loyal and growing audience.
I am encouraging all of our committed fans, who have supported our Stellar Award winning programming over the past 50 years to spread the word about the launch of our Stellar TV network, coming soon on all video platforms of digital, streaming, broadcast, cell phones, tablets, television, laptops and computers… they can depend that It’s all Good!