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COVID-19: BET Supports The Black Community Through ‘Saving Our Selves’

Posted by Osei Agyemang

Black Entertainment Television (BET) has named some celebrities in the US for an extraordinary event series ‘Saving Our Selves’.

The TV show which is under the production of Black Entertainment Television (BET) will incorporate a ritzy artists to elegance the series. The Saving Our Selves: A BET COVID-19 Relief Effort, is set to air on April 22, 2020.

Each and everybody on the planet is currently ‘down spirited’ because of what’s going on now in the world. What’s more, as the coronavirus emergency keeps on attacking the world including the Black community in the US, BET has propelled this show to assist people with enduring all these.

Singer Kelly Rowland will co-host the series alongside Regina Hall and Terrence J. The fundraising drive will include virtual performance from celebs like Fantasia, Kirk Franklin, DJ Khaled, Charlie Wilson, Chance the Rapper and more.

Coronavirus has been a thistle in the flesh of the world with the infection brutally aggravating the significant wellbeing and financial vulnerabilities among many Black Americans.

In the US, the pandemic is slaughtering African Americans at a lot higher rates than other communities. Along these lines, BET is utilizing the entirety of their resources — including capital, media platforms, relationships with the creative community, sponsors, businesses and charitable organizations to support the black community in this time of ‘heat’.

BET has moreover joined forces with United Way to set up a COVID-19 relief fund to help Black people affected by the pandemic.

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