Celebrating Women Visionaries for Women’s History Month

Throughout March, explore Xfinity’s curated collection of female-directed films and stories with strong women leads. You can access the destination by saying “Women’s History Month” into your Xfinity Voice Remote. One of the titles to check out is The Black Beauty Effect, available exclusively on the Black Experience on Xfinity and Xumo. This three-part docuseries examines Black women’s impact on the beauty industry, featuring influencers and experts in the makeup, skin, and hair industries.


Comcast NBCUniversal’s Voices of the Civil Rights Movement platform is celebrating Women’s History Month by highlighting the impact of women on the civil rights movement, and the lesser-known stories of Black women who fought for expanded civil and human rights for all Americans. Voices content is available across our Xfinity platforms, and free and accessible to all audiences online.

Comcast Newsmakers is spotlighting efforts to advance representation for women in the tech sector through interviews with Comcast partner Dwana Franklin-Davis of Reboot Representation, Marilou McFarlane of Women in Sports Tech, and co-founder of Ms. magazine, Patricia Carbine. You can watch these new interviews on Xfinity X1, Flex, and Stream using the voice command “Comcast Newsmakers,” or online at ComcastNewsmakers.com.


Comcast NBCUniversal is a proud sponsor of the Military Women’s Memorial, the largest repository of women’s military service on a mission to document the service of 23,000 women veterans. You can add your story or the story of a loved one using their Make HERstory Register online portal so their stories can be preserved for future generations and historical research.

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