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Los Angeles, CA January 20, 2018 – Do you know your heritage? If you ever wondered what part of the world your ancestors originated from, whether out of curiosity or other personal reasons, you may finally have a chance!

In celebration of Black History Month, streaming service Demand Africa is helping subscribers get in touch with their roots for free. Curated to bridge the gap between the past and our present, the “Know Your Heritage” campaign is actively bringing people closer to their ancestral background.

Starting February 1st, Demand Africa will be gifting one lucky winner with a chance to win the exclusive “DNA Ancestry Kit” ($250 value) until February 28th. To win, just simply follow @DemandAfrica on Instagram and click the link ( in the bio to register for a chance to win. Participants will also be able to stream the first episode of every series on Demand Africa for FREE the entire month of February.

The Know Your Heritage campaign was designed to put the Africa back in African American for people who may not be as connected with their ancestral background. Many people would be surprised about where their roots really originate from and DNA testing gives many a certain sense of real identity.

“Demand Africa serves as a platform not only for expats to connect to home, but also to build awareness and change the conversation around contemporary Africa through-out the Diaspora.” says Dean Cates, Director of Digital Marketing and Strategy.

Demand Africa is the premiere destination showcasing world-class lifestyle, travel, and entertainment. Stream TV series, documentaries, and more. Watch, learn, laugh, connect, and explore online, in-home or on-the-go all things Africa. Available on web, mobile web, iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV.

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The Africa Channel and its production arm, TAC Studios, is a showcase for the African continent’s most outstanding English-language television series, specials, documentaries, feature films, music, biographies and cultural and historical content. These travel, lifestyle and culture-oriented programs reflect the people of Africa, the Diaspora and their influence on the world. The channel’s mission is to open up a daily window into modern African life and, in the process, help demystify Africa for viewers globally. The Africa Channel is based in Los Angeles and is available in approximately seven million homes in North America and the Caribbean on cable systems such as Comcast, Charter/Time Warner, Cox and those represented by the Caribbean Cable Cooperative

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