11 Moments On 'Sesame Street' That Championed Diversity And Inclusion

This week, “Sesame Street” announced that its character Julia, who has autism, will make her TV debut in April in an episode that will teach kids about the disorder. That trailblazing decision marks just one of the series’ many groundbreaking moments. 

Throughout its 47-year history, “Sesame Street” seems to have always embraced diversity and inclusion by having its muppets and their human friends discuss important issues (like bullying and divorce) and reflect people kids actually see day to day (like children whose parents are in the military).

Though there are many more to choose, here are 11 other important moments from the creative people behind the beloved show.

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