British Columbia-based service, Telus, is celebrating Black Historical past Month by donating the complete rental price of fifty curated movies that function Black artists or Black historical past on its Telus Video on Demand library.
The service says it would additionally donate as much as $10,000 to The Black Well being Alliance. The Black Well being Alliance is a community-led charity that works to enhance the well being of Black communities of Canada.
“At Telus, our crew’s longstanding and passionate perception within the energy and significance of range and inclusiveness is mirrored in our collective dedication to social justice and equality inside our group and within the communities the place we reside, work and serve,” says Darren Entwistle, Telus’ CEO, in a current press launch.
This assortment is obtainable from now till March 1st to all Optik and Pik TV prospects and consists of movies like 12 Years A Slave, Harriet, Hidden Figures, and Selma. These leases price between $5 and $7.
You’ll find the complete checklist of titles on the house display screen of Optik and Pik TV. Optik and Pik TV are solely accessible in Alberta, British Columbia and Quebec.
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