I'm going to play hipster here and say that "Sesame Street" was a very different show back in the old days, "before they got big." "Sesame Street" was originally not just radical but downright culturally utopian. "Sesame Street"'s parent organization, formerly known as the Children's Television Workshop (now the Sesame Workshop), was born of Lyndon Johnson's Great Society culture in the 1960s; the driving force behind the CTW, a woman named Joan Ganz Cooney, came to children's educational TV after a background in activist documentaries and televised "teach-ins."
Framed baby t-shirt artist painted work. Sesame Street character Bert. 15" x 15" x 1" D silver frame. Personalized "Adam".