This March is Women’s History Month, and YouTube Kids is marking the occasion with new playlists aimed at help viewers learn more about women that have been important throughout history.
The new playlists launched by YouTube Kids on its mobile app recently, celebrate Women’s History Month, allowing young viewers to find out more about the important role of women throughout history, and up until today. The content has been specifically curated for the younger viewers who use the app.
The new playlists include “Celebrate Women’s History Month,” “Celebrate International Women’s Day,” as well as one curated by the United States’ 43rd Treasurer, Rosie Rios. The latter, called “Super Women of Our Past,” features women such as Eleanor Roosevelt, Harriet Tubman, Susan B. Anthony and Grace Hopper.
All of the new playlists can be found on the YouTube Kids app, but also on YouTube as well. You can of course download YouTube Kids for free, on the iTunes App Store and Google Play.
YouTube Kids is already very popular, with over 30 billion video views since 2015 and over 8 million active viewers each week.
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