is Celia Cruz black Queen and Who Taught The Importance Of Education?
If you’re a Latina from or living in the United States there’s no doubt that you have some memories of your days watching the longtime children’s program “Sesame Street.” For many Americans, the show has proven to be a common ground. The show which was initially conceived as an educational intervention program directed at low-income, minority children gave kids of different colors and economic backgrounds a chance to learn numbers, the alphabet and speak rudimentary Spanish and English. Part of the show’s effort in this execution included featuring strong female characters that didn’t fall into regular female stereotypes.
Easily one of the greatest women to visit the show as Celia Cruz and video clips of her time on the show are resurfacing and stirring up comments commemorating her work as well as the show.
Fans of the Cuban-American Gurachara singer are commemorating her visit to Sesame Street on Twitter.
So far, the video which was posted on Twitter on July 22nd has received 11,618 retweets and 24,499 likes. Hundreds of Celia’s fans have commented
Many of the comments highlight how Celia’s music resonated with them as kids.
Literally every little Cuban girl knows La Madre de Azucar!
Many of the Cubana commentators have noted how the song takes them back to their time in Cuba
So many Cuban-Americans have commented on how they remember their abuelas playing Celia as kids.
And many remember seeing the episode when it first aired.
Ah to have seen this treasure back in the day would have been a true blessing.
Almost everyone is pointing out how cute the kids’ reactions are.
Literally, that girl is getting it and that boy is having an out of body experience.
And others are sharing her other visits to Sesame.
Cruz made multiple visits to the show, and by the comments, it’s clear that each one had a profound impact on little viewers.
Check out the full clip from Celia’s visit below!
And don’t forget to check out this moment Celia Cruz appeared to teach a song about numbers.
Or, this clip of her singing ‘Songo’s Song’
No doubt we could use more lessons and light from people like Celia Crus. Especially during these hard times.
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