Who We Are & What We Do

Mission & Vision

We welcome families of all races to learn about Black history in a positive, comprehensive and balanced way.

 

We make space for topical conversations with children, giving them the time and space to explore discussions in a pressure-free environment. 

 

Activities will be designed to help re-calibrate social and intellectual skills affected during the pandemic, while being safe and accessible through online interactive videos with animations, dialogue prompts, and printable worksheets to follow at home. 

 

The Black History School encourages children to explore and celebrate differences, while encouraging a supportive community network because Black History is more than just a month. 

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We are a social enterprise. Our mission is to produce and curate film, literature, live performance and archiving. Humblebee Creative magnifies our social responsibility together, generating new ideas for a more inclusive society with a mission to produce and curate immersive and transformative experiences with high production values. 

 

We started Black History School in February 2021, with a passion to make Black History more than a month. Our educational system has been missing complete and balanced teaching of Black History, and the Black Lives Matter movement helped bring this to national attention.

At the time, the Coronavirus lockdowns were negatively affecting our children’s learning and social time with their peers. We wanted to nurture their sense of identity, belonging, and well-being, and we felt that it was more important than ever for our children to learn about Black History.

Humblebee Creative was founded in May 2019.

Meet the Team

Our lovely presenters will be your teachers here at Black History School.

You will come to love them as much as we do as they appear on your screens each month sharing the most interesting stories and facts about the diaspora. 

Kamari

Sunshine

Shem

Khadra

Aaron

Grace

Mopani

Lynda Moyo