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Jacob 17h
You were wonderful as Aunt Merna on .
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Bloomberg TicToc Jul 8
Meet Molly Mabray, the heroine of the first U.S. children's series featuring indigenous leads
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Andrèa Nicole Jul 15
Watching with my four year old. This show is everything I needed when I was a child and now my daughter has the Indigneous representation she deserves. 💖💖👏👏
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die mad Jul 27
I cannot imagine how girls who look like Molly must feel, to see themselves on screen portrayed as resourceful, smart, and vibrant. I'm so proud my son will grow up seeing this image of indigenous Americans rather than the bullshit I was raised seeing.
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Smerby Jul 15
bringing the real shit talking about native boarding schools in its first episode.
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Annalisa Heppner Jul 16
Molly of Denali is literally the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. I also love that PBS is handing out a little sheet of paper with Alaska Native values at this screening.
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Princess Daazhraii Jul 18
Mahsi’choo EJ - we are excited to have a character on who is of Filipino-Athabascan heritage! And salamat for helping name her! 🙌🏽
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megan warren Jul 15
If you’ve been struggling with remaining positive in the face of Alaska politics, watch tonight on PBSkids!!! It is a moment to celebrate-AK Native ppl will finally be represented on a major program, allowing children to see themselves & their culture on TV❤️❤️
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Jacob 16h
Replying to @mizthrush
My pleasure. I bet you love hugs in real life.
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WHUT DC Jul 16
Have you seen the new show ? On todays episode, a book in the Trading Post has a recipe for repellent made from wild plants. Can Tooey find it before Molly gets all bitten up? Tune in at 4:00pm on to find out!
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Hannah Vickner Hough Jul 16
May have completely lost my stuff watching the separation of indigenous families episode of on PBS w/ my kids tonight. The work just hits me in weird ways sometimes.
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Molly of Denali Aug 8
What is informational text? How do you teach it to your kids? Nell K. Duke, Ed.D. and Crystal N. Wise explain what you need to know in this article from PBS Parents!
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Angela Gonzalez Jul 15
Enaa baasee’ to Vera Starbard for hosting a premiere party in Anchorage today. Excellent writing, production, animation, storytelling, education, singing and so much more!
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Elisabeth Balster Dabney Jul 15
Waited all day to enjoy the first episode of with the girls. Didn’t want it to end. So good. Amazing! With gratitude to all those who made this happen. Mahsi’ choo.
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PBS Jul 18
from marks the first nationally distributed children’s show to feature a Native American lead. Take a look at how Alaska Native writers and advisers came together to make it happen. (From )
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Katrina Salisbury Jul 17
Voicing Nina and being part of a show as important as has been an honour. Make sure to watch the rest of the series and follow Molly in her adventures around Alaska!
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UA College Savings Jun 19
We have great news and can't wait to share it! We are a sponsor of the new PBS KIDS® cartoon, ! We are in love with this new series and its educational mission, and are proud help children everywhere explore Molly's unique world.
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Maggie Banks Jul 15
For those with kids (or those without), is such a good and important show on . So glad to see Alaska and Native Alaskans celebrated on such a big stage and with such artistry and heart!
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AmericanIndianMuseum Jun 3
Can't wait to see ," new series with an Alaska Native lead character, with Alaska Native representation throughout? Characters will be at the DC museum June 5 at 4:45pm. The podcast is up now! More & the podcast link:
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Terrence L. Blackwell Aug 17
I didn’t notice that pancake syrup was was made out of sap from this tree. How very odd. I can’t wait 😊 for my niece to watch the newest children’s series on called on and because we love ❤️ public broadcasting.
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