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With drama-filled programs like Ava DuVernay's When They See Us, a raw look into the infamous 1980 Central Park Five Case, and the depiction of strong families and friendships such as those on Queen Sugar, Black-ish, and Insecure, a diverse offering of shows is finally on the rise. Take Pose, newly in it's second season. It not only highlights people of color, but the LGBTQ community as well. So if you're craving great content that is also representative of the African American community, these are the best Black TV series to stream that are making inclusion a priority.