The web series Say It Loud offers a joyful and comedic take on Black identity, history, and pop culture. Through 10-20 minute episodes, the series covers topics such as "Should you go to an HBCU?," "What Missy Elliot did for Afrofuturism," "Juneteenth: Freedom and the Fine Print," and "'Black sounding' names and their surprising history." A selection of recent episodes are available on the page linked above, and the full slate can be found on the show's YouTube channel by clicking "Say It Loud YouTube." Each episode features insightful and entertaining commentary from the two hosts, comedy writer Evelyn From The Internets and writer and producer Azie Dungey, best known for work on the TV series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and the comedy web series Ask A Slave. The show is produced by Austin PBS. Fans might enjoy other web series on race and identity from PBS Digital Studios, such as A People's History of Asian America, Self-Evident, and Prideland. To find these and others, viewers should click "Explore Digital Studios Shows" at the bottom of the page.