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APPLE UNVEILS BLACK HISTORY MONTH PROGRAMMING

Apple is spotlighting Black business and innovation during Black History Month, launching its Music Is Healing campaign on Apple Music.

Special episodes of Apple Music 1's “The Message” will feature conversations with Apple Music Head of Hip-Hop and R&B Editorial Ebro Darden and guests who will contextualize contemporary issues surrounding Black health and wellness and highlight the historical perspective, achievements and contributions Black people have made to the culture.

Music programming on the Apple Music Browse, Genre and Radio pages will highlight various interpretations of the themes of "movement," "Black love," "celebration" and "peace." Apple Music TV will present full-day takeovers of music videos inspired by the campaign.

Music Is Healing will also showcase new podcasts from Black creators about health, well-being, culture and history, and Apple Maps users will be able to learn about Black history or discover Black-owned businesses through curated guides.

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