How to use Google’s YouTube app to access black news channels
I used to love watching black-owned news channels.
They were great and I was always interested in how the news got to me.
But now that I’m a black woman, I don’t want to be watching that kind of content.
I’m tired of watching the news on YouTube and seeing the headlines about the “war on black bodies.”
“Black women in America, and African-Americans in general, are dying of cancer,” says Mimi D. Hill, an African-American news anchor for CBS News.
“And I’m sick of hearing about it, and I’m just tired of hearing stories of black men being killed.”
So I decided to build a black news app, to share stories about black men, that I found while browsing through Google’s search engine.
After months of research, I’ve come up with what I’m calling “Black News,” which will stream black news on Google’s service in the coming months.
But this app is also a tool for white people who want to find stories about white people they might not otherwise have heard.
Here’s how to use it:Step 1: Download and install the Google Chrome extension, called Black News, for Chrome.
Step 2: Sign in with your Google account to view the Black News page.
Step 3: Tap on the black news icon to view stories from black news sources, which have been curated by the community.
Black News is available to both Android and iOS users, though there are plans to launch it for the Web soon.
Step 4: From here, you can tap on the news to see a summary of the story and the name of the channel.
You can also swipe through the stories by name and by date to view other sources.
For example, here’s a story about an African American woman being attacked in a grocery store.
You can see how that story got picked up by The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Associated Press, The Huffington Post and others.
If you want to get a deeper dive into a particular story, you’ll need to scroll down.