Are you a parent, homeschooler, or teacher? If the answer is yes, then you need to subscribe to Black Education Station, a 100% Black-owned and operated streaming platform for children. Like PBS Kids, Black Education Station features different stations dedicated to a wide range of educational content. But unlike PBS Kids, Black Education Station has more Black-produced content than Netflix or Disney Plus.
Subscribers have access to stations on Black history, foreign language, science, mathematics, and vocabulary. Not only does the content show Black people in positive roles, all of the content is curated by Black experts.
Black Education Station helps children learn new concepts and skills. Parents and homeschoolers find the platform especially helpful in supplementing a child’s learning.
With features from Cedric the Entertainer and actor Anthony Anderson, the network is already making an impact across the United States.
Watch the Black Education Station trailer.
The network designed to protect children
Black Education Station doesn’t have advertisements or a comments section. Even further, Black experts pre-screen all the G-rated content. So there’s no profanity, violence, adult activity, or references to political or corporate agendas.
“This network was designed to protect the eyes, ears, and development of children,” a representative for Black Education said.
It’s never been more important to protect Black children. Children ages 8-18 spend a staggering 7.5 hours a day in front of a screen. Why not make their screen time healthy, educational, and uplifting?
Black Education Station is a response to the negative portrayals of Black people in the media. The network’s founders wanted to inspire Black youth through education and positive images. Also, they wanted to create something valuable for the Black community.
For less than $10 a month, you can subscribe to Black Education Station. You can also gift a subscription to a parent or educator. The Black Education Station app is available on Apple, Amazon, and Google.
Subscribe to Black Education Station today!