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We call on our members to contact their local PBS stations to urge them to run the 'Sugarland! Watch now. Retrieved June 15, The children and their families that are presented on the series are meant to be multicultural and diverse, and range from a Mormon family in Utah to a Mestizo family in Texas. Ken Haller, a pediatrician in St. They don't want their kids looking at a cartoon with a bunch of lesbian mothers.
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Wayne Godwin, chief operating officer of PBS, got a bit tangled as he tried to explain the PBS stance on gay characters appearing on children's television shows. So far, 42 have stepped up, with airings that began last week and will stretch into March. In light of recent events I believe our children should be educated and learn James C. That was before Education Secretary Margaret Spellings denounced the program, starring Buster Baxter, a cute animated rabbit who until now has been known primarily as a close friend of Arthur, the world's most famous aardvark. Was this review helpful to you?
Katrina [vanden Huevel, editor of The Nation and fellow guest], this is why your party is in complete disarray, because you just don't get it. In a cartoon? The show is targeted at a young school age audience. Archived from the original on September 7,
User Ratings. Official Sites. You will receive emails containing news content , updates and promotions from The New York Times. Correction Appended Wayne Godwin, chief operating officer of PBS, got a bit tangled as he tried to explain the PBS stance on gay characters appearing on children's television shows. In a show that includes a character traveling from state to state visiting people from all walks of life, this was hardly the most riveting. Archived from the original on 4 September