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The Power of We: A Sesame Street Special

A Co-Viewing Experience for Families   

The Power of We: A Sesame Street Special is available now on HBO Max and PBSKids. Watch with your family to learn how we can all become upstanders against racism.

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Children look to their families with love and trust to guide their understanding about their place in this great big world. This Sesame Street special is an uplifting and joyful celebration of how each of us is unique and how we can work together to help make this world a better place for ourselves, our friends, and for everyone! 

Scroll down for easy-to-use resources to help guide conversations with your child about racism and coming together through one small word—we—in support of racial justice for all.

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About the Special

Today is a very special day on Sesame Street! Elmo, Abby, Gabrielle, and Gabrielle's cousin, Tamir will have a virtual community sing-along to help make sure that all people are treated fairly and kindly. Let’s see who’s on our Street today.

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Watch and Play Together

Before settling in to watch Elmo and his friends, you may want to preview the playful learning resources designed for you and your child to use together. Then, invite your child to watch, talk about, and enjoy "The Power of We." 

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