Sesam Street will integrate his first indigenous protagonist character as its creators try to give hope to children that may be in the same situation.
The initiative arises in response to 2.5 million children living in a street situation, according to data from the National Center for Homeless Families in the United States.
The doll's Lily will be the sign that is integrated into history, which also tells the experience of living in a family who go from youth hostels to youth hostels spend a lot of time in family homes because they have no other places to stay.
However, it is not the first time that the pink doll appears in Sesam Street, since he participated in 2011 in a special program in which he quietly cited the problems he faced every day with his family.
Lily's plot will be available in three videos from the Sesame Street YouTube channel as well as the integration of teaching materials for teachers and social workers to solve this problem.