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How TV shows like 'Sesame Street' can help normalize autism
Ari Ne’eman, the former director at the Autism Self Advocacy Network, discusses Julia, the newest member of "Sesame Street." She's joyful, bright and has autism, which Ne'eman says is an important depiction of autism in pop culture.
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