Celebrate the A100, the most impactful Asian Pacific Leaders.

In honor of Juneteenth — the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States — Gold House, CAPE – Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment, and Nalip Org are standing in solidarity with the Black community by spotlighting several important Black films and encouraging donations to Color Of Change and Equal Justice Initiative.

As our country grapples with its long-standing history of systemic racism amid worldwide protests, these films remind us of the powerful role media can play in reshaping mass perception to accelerate social change. In fact, the U.S. produces an estimated 80% of the media consumed globally, so it is imperative that we continue to champion and demand for more authentic Black stories in Hollywood.

Join us this Friday, #Juneteenth, to stream and support your favorite Black film (streaming links below) and donate to the important causes supported by Color Of Change and Equal Justice Initiative.

Worldwide sensation, author, Emmy-winning host and producer Padma Lakshmi debuts her brand new “living cookbook” show on Hulu. Join us for a live watch party on Twitter to help it trend followed by a Q&A on Padma’s Instagram with Saturday Night Live’s Bowen Yang.