Black YouTubers (Books)
Since someone was asking for recommendations with Black and Indigenous YouTube Channels, I got a few recommendations that I watch regularly:
Booking Realm: https://www.youtube.com/user/bookishrealm
The Artisan Geek:
And Bowties & Books:
They are fairly different, but worth checking out to see who fits you :)
VivHairTherapy, I aboslutely adore Viv, she's funny as fuck, and try a lot of weird things for her hair. Especially things that aren't really for her hair. You'll see what I mean.
Kat Blaque, Trans, and well talks about a lot of things others may not dare touch.
Tech for tech: Marques Brownlee
As well as, The Come Up:
For gardening, and homesteading, Homestead Heart:
Just learn about the world and how everything connects, Akala:
Non-Black YouTubers, lending platforms
I also want to add as a bonus: Jameela Jamil who is doing fantastic work at extending her platform to people who may not have a voice.
Generalist Hometown instance with a strong focus on community standards. No TERF, no SWERF, no Nazi, no Centrist.