SESAME STREET Introduces First Homeless Muppet, Lily
According to The Washington Post, SESAME STREET introduced their first character to address homelessness. The characters name is Lily, and she was first introduced to the show back in 2011. Read more about the news from The Washington Post here!
Watch a clip The Washington Post shared of Lily here:
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