The cover for “Black-ish” season five was released on Tuesday, and the cover of the episode was a nod to the show’s “black-inclusive” focus.

The cover features “Kendrick Lamar, a hip-hop artist from Memphis,” with an image of “The Black Lives Matter movement.”

The first episode of season five of “Blackish” aired on April 27, 2018.

The season is available to stream on Netflix and Amazon Prime.

“Black-inclusivity” is a term coined by Black Lives Matters activist and writer Shailene Woodley in her book, “I Am Not a Terrorist.”

“I am not a terrorist,” Woodley wrote in her 2014 book, which was also called “Black Lives Matter.”

“I’m not a white person who thinks I’m more dangerous than a black person,” she continued.

“I’m a black woman who thinks the same.”

In “Black, Brown, and Yellow,” a black and brown woman named Maya was the first person on a plane to talk about racism, after a group of passengers asked her to.

Maya later went on to work at a community college.

When a black man named Tyler was stopped at a stoplight by police, the young man had to explain why he was black.

Tyler said, “Because I look like a black guy.

And I’m white.”